Cloud computing yield a lower profit margin, Ray Ozzie

 Microsoft’s chief software architect says the profit margins on providing online services, broadly known as cloud computing, would likely yield a lower profit margin than the company’s existing software business. “The margins on services are not like the margins on software, so it (cloud computing) will increase our profit and it will increase our revenue, but you won’t […]

 Microsoft’s chief software architect says the profit margins on providing online services, broadly known as cloud computing, would likely yield a lower profit margin than the company’s existing software business. “The margins on services are not like the margins on software, so it (cloud computing) will increase our profit and it will increase our revenue, but you won’t have that margin,” said Ray Ozzie at a Silicon Valley technology event.

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