by Andrew White | October 10, 2017 | Comments Off on Whither Apple’s iCloud?
I saw this article (Apple’s exec in charge of back-end technology for iCloud has left) and in reading it I observed that Apple is paying its competitors for cloud infrastructure services. Given the recent policy edict on Amazon and Wal-Mart, I wondered what Apple was thinking.
Should Apple continue to pay Amazon and Microsoft more money as Apple’s cloud storage and compute business grows as it must? Or will Apple change supplier? Or will Apple even develop its own IaaS capability to neuter the competitive situation? Interesting….
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