'Google tends to lose interest and drop things' says expert panel

Stuart Sumner
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Panellists at a recent Computing event compare the AWS, Azure and Google clouds
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Panellists at a recent Computing event compare the AWS, Azure and Google clouds

Panel compares AWS, Azure and Google clouds. One expert admits that his firm uses machine learning just to understand the volume of AWS services it's consuming, and how much it will cost

Google tends to lose interest in certain of its cloud products and use cases, meaning some areas grow neglected and miss out on important features. That's the opinon of a panellist at Computing's recent...

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