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Fujitsu and Microsoft getting together on cloud?

Fujitsu and Microsoft will share datacentres worldwide in a bid to catch up to Google and other pioneers in the business of providing software and computing services online, the Nikkei reported on Friday.
Written by Suzanne Tindal, Contributor on

It's been reported that Microsoft and Fujitsu are getting into bed on cloud, with both companies sharing datacentres and combining Fujitsu's services might with Microsoft's software for the common good. Japanese companies are one big target for the supposed joint venture, but if it goes ahead it'll be interesting to see how it affects the Australian market.

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