Which Cloud Services Provider would you recommend for an organization just embracing Cloud Computing?

Google Cloud42%


Microsoft Azure53%

Alibaba Cloud14%





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Marketing Manager in Media, 501 - 1,000 employees
Google Cloud
IT Security and Compliance Manager in Education, 10,001+ employees
I no longer recommend Google unless the organization is already intertwined with their services.
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Founder in Services (non-Government), Self-employed

Do you mind sharing why?

IT Security and Compliance Manager in Education, 10,001+ employees

From what I have seen, Google's suite of services are not as enterprise ready or easy to use as O365. I am sure others would argue different, but O365 has been easier to implement and deploy to new users.

Program Manager in Software, 10,001+ employees
I think AWS and AZURE are mainstream and finding skilled people are relatively easy, google cloud seems a bit different from the other two and difficult to learn and get skilled people. However the AI/Ml capabilities of Google cloud has an edge over the other two
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CTO for Digital & IT in Healthcare and Biotech, 10,001+ employees

I am finding that more and more people have had some experience with GCP, and find it much easier to use than either AWS or Azure. Clearly Google was late to the party, but took advantage of that to avoid some of the mistakes the others made. There are definitely more AWS certified folks out there, but as cloud competence in general grows, I think the gap will close fairly quickly.

IT Manager in Travel and Hospitality, 201 - 500 employees
It really depends on the company requirements. AWS has a vast array of services that will look very overwhelming depending on the needs. It is also about using the best tool for the job and potentially looking at multi-cloud  
Marketing Manager in Healthcare and Biotech, 51 - 200 employees
Ninety percent of the Fortune 500 use Microsoft Azure, the most well-known public Cloud services provider today. They also offer services specifically designed for small enterprises and can provide access to top-notch Cloud computing resources at a reasonable cost. It is understandable why Microsoft Azure is regarded as the Cloud computing option that can upgrade the IT infrastructure. Read this interesting whitepaper to explore how Microsoft Azure impacts enterprises across industries to drive digital transformation. https://www.datadynamicsinc.com/whitepaper-migration-into-the-cloud-useful-strategies-for-the-best-results/
Product Management Analyst in Banking, 10,001+ employees
For Enterprises 'just moving' to cloud - IBM offers familiarity with the suite of apps and services, and the cloud experience.

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