Microsoft and Adobe are teaming up against Salesforce

AP Microsoft and $53 billion software company Adobe have announced a partnership that will see the two companies team up to sell each others’ cloud computing products to their mutual customers, of whom there are many.  Under the terms of this partnership, Adobe will be bringing business software tools like Adobe Marketing Cloud, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Adobe Document Cloud to Microsoft Azure — Microsoft’s cloud computing service, where customers can punch in a credit card and get access to functionally unlimited supercomputing power. Now, Azure is the “preferred cloud platform” for Adobe’s products, which is a big win for Microsoft: While the Azure deal isn’t exclusive, as a Microsoft spokesperson confirms, it had previously hosted 100% of its cloud products on the competing Amazon Web Services cloud. In turn, Microsoft will make Adobe…

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