A court in the US has agreed to a request from Amazon to stop Microsoft and the Department of Defence from continuing to work on implementing a US$10 billion cloud deal that was awarded to the Redmond software giant in October last year, Reuters reported.
The US Department of Defence has awarded a US$10 billion 10-year cloud deal to Microsoft ahead of Amazon, with the latter firm having been favoured to get the contract. The contract runs until 24 October 2029.
Former US defence secretary Jim Mattis met Amazon chief Jeff Bezos in August 2017 emails obtained by The Wall Street Journal show, raising questions over the company's bid for a massive Defence contract worth US$10 billion.
Your either with us or against us! Victoria was doing and endrun around the Federal government for Chinese investment (they[…]
"But China's actions during the pandemic appear to have sparked a rethink in the UK about Huawei's involvement in its[…]
Thx for continuing to cover this, Sam :)It would be reassuring for those Health Department spokespeople to provide a clear[…]
The back door would be a conjecture then? I would assume that Toll's IT crowd would have checked over their[…]
Deluded, arrogant and self indugent. Really bad at reading the room too.