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Four Reasons Why AWS Could Lose Its Dominant Cloud Market Share

If you know much about the cloud computing market, you know that Amazon Web Services, or AWS, is its leading player. Although AWS doesn’t control quite as much cloud market share as it once did, it’s still well ahead of its closest competitors — namely, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

The $482 billion question, of course, is if and when that will change — will AWS cease to be the predominant public cloud provider in the foreseeable future, and if so, why?

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