What drove a Q3 boom in enterprise cloud revenue?
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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 $5 billion.

So as we’re firmly past the 1.5 year mark on pandemic-induced network transformations, it’s high time we take a look at the specific projects that helped fuel such major boosts in cloud adoption.

AppNeta’s VP of Product Sean Armstrong joins resident tech journalist Paul Davenport and Director of Product Marketing Alec Pinkham for a chat through what’s fueling the hunger for enterprise cloud today, and strategies to navigate adoption successfully.

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