The transition, previously undisclosed, is a rare win for Alphabet Inc.’s Google in an uphill battle for corporate software customers against long-time leader Microsoft.
Google Cloud sits in the “other revenues” category, which reported over $3 billion in revenues, a rise of 42 percent from Q2 2016.
Alphabet Inc. reported second-quarter revenue that met analysts’ projections, falling short of the most-optimistic estimates, and said the cost of its Google ads declined.
Alphabet will announce its second quarter earnings on Monday. Here’s what you can expect.
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