Amazon Web Services targets bigger companies, going toe-to-toe with Microsoft

Amazon Web Services targets bigger companies, going toe-to-toe with Microsoft

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New Amazon Web Services’ partner network has grown to more than 4,000 members, up from less than 1,000 a year ago — a key step for the company as it tries to expand its cloud-computing customer base beyond startups to more large companies. That’s the word from Reuters this morning in...
Amazon Web Services targets bigger companies, going toe-to-toe with Microsoft
                                       

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