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This VC says the cloud market is about to get 'harsher' as startups are forced to compete with each other instead of legacy players: 'Goodbye Gold Rush, hello Hunger Games'

Business Insider Saturday, 28 December 2019
This VC says the cloud market is about to get 'harsher' as startups are forced to compete with each other instead of legacy players: 'Goodbye Gold Rush, hello Hunger Games'· The cloud market has grown rapidly in the last two decades, and Rory O'Driscoll, partner at Scale Venture Partners, thinks the market is about to experience a slowdown. 
· As cloud increasingly becomes the norm, O'Driscoll thinks the next phase of cloud will have cloud companies competing with each other, rather than with...
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