When Gbemiga Omotoso bought a Samsung tablet computer last year, he handed over his cash to a man in a van. There was nothing shady, though, about the transaction. It’s part of online retailer Jumia’s attempt to adapt to the unique challenges of selling in Nigeria.
In technology, it's sometimes good to let a pioneer figure out the pitfalls of a new market. Apple's iPod transformed music listening after countless lesser MP3 players failed to make a real dent. Google is now trying to do something similar in cloud computing. The company last month announced price cuts that made its cloud services cheaper than Amazon’s, the leader in cloud services...
Microsoft has now officially become the second largest cloud service provider after Amazon. Microsoft's cloud grew at a blistering pace in the first-quarter of 2014, and helped the company beat the chasing pack of IBM, Google and Salesforce for the second slot. At these growth rates, Microsoft can potentially become as big as AWS in 6-7 years. Meanwhile, IBM's strong cloud growth will help it offset declines in its overall business in as little as three years. - Joseph Gacinga - Tech and Telecom
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