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Google Wins Federal Ruling Against Microsoft in Cloud Computing Deployment

January 6, 2011 No Comments

It was all the way back in 2009 that Google CEO Eric Schmidt declared that enterprises represented a “huge opportunity for the management team [at Google] and for me personally,” pronouncing them his company’s “next big-billion dollar opportunity.” Schmidt wasn’t kidding around, and as Chrome OS advances, Android spreads out, and Google Apps get taken more seriously, those who doubted that Google could make a dent in Microsoft’s two-fisted control of enterprise computing infrastructures are taking the challenge more seriously.

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