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Zdnet | June 15, 2020

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    Tesla | July 23, 2020

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    In the decade since the Great Recession, cloud computing became the de facto information-technology strategy for startup companies and, increasingly, large corporations alike. The business of renting remote computing power has grown into an enormous industry and, with No. 1 player Amazon and No. 2 Microsoft based in the Seattle area, a mainstay of the region’s broader tech-driven economy. As fears of a recession mount with the spread of the novel coronavirus, cloud analysts are considering...

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    Tesla | July 23, 2020

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