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A Wall Street analyst says cloud software giants like Salesforce, Microsoft and ServiceNow may have an edge in tech's coronavirus downturn (CRM, MSFT, NOW)

Business Insider Thursday, 26 March 2020
A Wall Street analyst says cloud software giants like Salesforce, Microsoft and ServiceNow may have an edge in tech's coronavirus downturn (CRM, MSFT, NOW)· *Cloud software companies, such as Salesforce, Microsoft and ServiceNow, which rely on subscriptions, instead of license contracts, will likely suffer a softer blow in the current downturn, compared to companies that depend on licenses, a Wall Street analyst said Thursday.*
· *That's because cloud software makers will...
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