Cloud Computing Clash: Amazon and Google Challenge Microsoft’s Dominance

In a multi-billion-pound showdown, Amazon and Google have taken on Microsoft, alleging restrictive practices in the cloud computing market. The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is now in the ring, tasked with unraveling this tech giant tussle.
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Elizabeth Jenkins-Smalley

Editor In Chief at The Executive Magazine

Amazon and Google have complained to the UK's competition regulator that their rival, Microsoft, uses practices that restrict customer choice in the £7.5 billion cloud computing market.

In their written submissions to the Competition and Markets Authority, which is investigating the lucrative cloud computing market, the two companies accused th...


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