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Boeing Taps Amazon, Microsoft and Google for Cloud Mega-Deal – Bloomberg

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Boeing Co. is hiring the three biggest U.S. cloud-computing companies — Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google — to help with a digital makeover aimed at giving its airplane designers and software developers more tools.
The multiyear agreements are intended to upgrade the company’s current system of hosting and maintaining software applications through a network of servers, which can be difficult to maintain, the Chicago-based manufacturer told employees Wednesday. Boeing plans to shift hundreds of applications to the cloud, where they’ll be stored and maintained in the tech giants’ data centers.


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