- Deloitte’s head of cloud strategy told Insider that the market is no longer about the cloud.
- It has shifted to specialized, neutral providers via the clouds from Amazon, Microsoft and Google.
- These providers will make big profits over the next few years, and all fees are usage based – not subscription based.
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After a blockbuster profit season for Amazon, Microsoft, and Google’s cloud companies, which analysts have labeled a “golden age” for these platforms, it is likely that the Big Three will continue to grow and consolidate their power undiminished.
David Linthicum, chief cloud strategy officer at consulting giant Deloitte, told Insider there is plenty of room for smaller, specialized software companies that offer cloud management …