This week on Cloud News Review
Kim Anstett made an unusual decision for a corporate technology buyer. Several months ago, the chief information officer of media measurement firm Nielsen Holdings Plc, moved 56,000 employees from Microsoft Corp.’s business software to Google. This is a win for Google and GSuite fighting an uphill battle against Microsoft who is the leader in business software.
It’s not all bad news for Microsoft however. According to an enterprise software survey conducted by Credit Suisse about cloud platforms, nearly 40% of those surveyed expressed Microsoft Azure as their preferred choice. That number has grown by 21% in the last few months. Microsoft still remains the leader in cloud enterprise technology with interest in them rapidly growing.
The new film “The Emoji Movie” has the internet talking with many different viewpoints of the film. The plot involves phone Emojis getting to a cloud safe haven inside a phone through various apps. That cloud safe haven that the characters are getting to is none other than the Dropbox app. Dropbox is getting some significant advertising being in a major motion picture.
Automotive company BMW, acquired 150 people from Nokia to base their customer service line in cloud technology. BMW says it will take time, but they want to work on integrating new advanced technologies into their cars like Skype for Business. This seems like an amazing step into integration for the modern business person.
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