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While Amazon still has a commanding hold over the cloud market, a string of recent AWS outages and a spending spree by rival providers is heating up the competition—albeit among a handful of familiar players. Most aggressive over the past year has been Google Cloud, which has seen its share of the market grow from 1 percent to 6 percent...

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In Q3 2021, Microsoft Cloud saw revenues jump 36 percent year-over-year to $20.7 billion. But Microsoft wasn’t the only Big Tech company that saw their fortunes grow thanks to a hunger for enterprise cloud during 2021: AWS saw cloud revenue jump by 39 percent to more than $16 billion last quarter, while Google Cloud saw revenue jump 45 percent to...

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Microsoft Cloud saw revenues jump 36 percent year-over-year to $20.7 billion last quarter, pushing the company’s quarterly cloud earnings past the $20 billion threshold for the first time. Looking specifically at Azure infrastructure-as-a-service, revenues actually grew at a rate of 50 percent year-over-year, as enterprises continue turning to the cloud to connect their decentralized workforce. But Microsoft wasn’t the only...

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