Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOGL) trails behind Amazon (NASDAQ: AMAZN) and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) when it comes to cloud computing. Google has been aggressively investing in cloud technology and pushing their service forward against the competitors. Now it seems that Google is catching up. As CNBC reported Google is in a position to land PayPal as a client.
PayPal is still evaluating all the providers, and as a client of Amazon Web Services, even if it moves the infrastructure to Google, it’s unlikely to happen in the fourth quarter of this year.
Amazon has become the leader in cloud services after opening powerful data centers around the world, and consistently innovating in this field, adding new software and tools for corporations and government organizations to use.
VMware co-founder Diane Greene, is now the leader of Google’s unit, and in nine month managed to expand the company’s cloud infrastructure.