Wednesday June 19, 2019

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Microsoft, Google Debate Cloud Future

At the inaugural meeting of the New York Technology Council
Thursday night, Google Vice President of Research Alfred Spector and
Microsoft architect evangelist Bill Zach debated their views on how
data will be stored and shared in the future.  The two were part of a panel discussion moderated by BusinessWeek technology reporter Arik Hesseldahl held at the NY headquarters of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Zach explained Microsoft's mantra of "three screens and the cloud,"
which is focused on making data universally accessible on PCs, mobile
devices and consumer systems, including televisions and gaming
consoles.  Spector, meanwhile, championed Google's vision of having all data residing in the cloud. 

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