Waters Wrap: Google-Symphony—Something to see here?

Anthony wonders if there are any tea leaves to be read as a result of Symphony migrating its platform from AWS to Google Cloud.

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A perfect match?

A couple of weeks ago it was announced that Symphony is switching from Amazon Web Services to Google Cloud. As execs from Symphony told Max Bowie, there were a few reasons that led to the signing. For one, Google was a cheaper option, they said. But beyond price

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