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Here are 19 of the most important executives leading Microsoft's cloud business as it takes on Amazon Web Services (MSFT)

Business Insider Sunday, 8 December 2019
Here are 19 of the most important executives leading Microsoft's cloud business as it takes on Amazon Web Services (MSFT)· We've identified 19 of the high-powered executives that Microsoft has assembled in a team to fight its rivals in the cloud wars, based on information from insiders and experts.
· Microsoft has long been considered the No. 2 cloud provider versus dominant Amazon Web Services, but that perception has started to change through...
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