Google has warned cloud consumers of the danger of the COVID-19 pandemic impacting its support centres, which might end result in a reduction of provider.

The email was sent out late Saturday afternoon Australian time to Google G Suite consumers around the globe.

“Given the ever-modifying predicament encompassing COVID-19, we preferred to notify you to some prospective improvements that could influence particular support channels in the coming days,” the message states.

In the event one or more support centres are afflicted, Google Cloud might change or cut down some expert services temporarily.

The expert services are not specified, and G Suite consumers are questioned to log into their accounts and check the Google Cloud Help Portal for the most up-to-date information.

Google Cloud reported it has “a comprehensive small business continuity system, which leverages our worldwide community to be certain support will proceed to be delivered in the event that the availability of any location is impacted.”

The company reported it has examined the programs to be certain small business continuity though maintaining safety compliance.

Google Cloud’s main IaaS and SaaS competition Microsoft Azure and Amazon Net Solutions have but to warn their consumers on prospective consequences on provider shipping and delivery and support because of to COVID-19.