Google's Cloud Ambitions: Can They Compete With Amazon?
Google was once a cloud pioneer, having spent years stringing together data centers to support its search business. But it squandered that lead by allowing others to market such infrastructure as a service first. Alphabet is now intent on narrowing the gap with Amazon and Microsoft, in large part because it needs to build a reliable revenue stream that doesn’t come from ads. Bloomberg's Mark Bergen has more on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)