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Cloud war? Microsoft joins Adobe to compete with Amazon

Microsoft partners with Adobe Systems to offer cloud-based products to their large mutual customer base. ||| Seattle - Microsoft is joining with Adobe Systems to offer cloud-based products to their large mutual customer base, helping the software giant to better compete with leading cloud contender Amazon.com. With the partnership, Adobe will bring its creative marketing software programs like Photoshop and Illustrator to Microsoft’s Azure cloud-computing service, the companies said in a statement Monday.
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