Grant, Ian
October 2010
Computer Weekly;10/12/2010, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the remarks of Microsoft Corp. chief executive officer (CEO) Steve Ballmer that Microsoft is in a better position than its competitors to take an advantage from cloud computing. Ballmer said Microsoft has products to offer in both the public and private cloud markets, while its competitors such as Amazon.com Inc. and Google Inc. offered public clouds, and Oracle Corp. and VMware have products for only private clouds.


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