Whose side are you on? Sparks fly in cloud debate

Hannah Breeze
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Heated debate breaks out between four cloud experts

The cloud market is growing increasingly competitive, with US giants like Microsoft and AWS launching their own UK facilities to compete with British firms.

In this lively debate, a panel of experts on both sides of the fence debate which is best for British customers. And there was no holding back...

Who do you think won the debate? Vote below.

 

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