- Diane Greene, Google’s cloud chief, was interviewed at the annual “Most Powerful Women Evening” event and covered a lot of ground.
- She said she wouldn’t have minded buying Github and cautioned Microsoft from fiddling too much with the platform.
- She also crowed that Google’s cloud tech was superior to Amazon’s.
- She wasn’t questioned directly about the recent controversy within Google about the company’s military contracts, but she did offer that today’s tech leader has to be mindful of the wishes of employees.
Diane Greene, CEO for Google’s cloud businesses, spoke on a wide range of subjects regarding Google and the company’s rivals Wednesday night. She covered nearly everything other than the one topic that’s grabbed the most headlines of late.
At the annual “Most Powerful Women Evening” event hosted by Fortune magazine, Greene said that she “wouldn’t have minded buying” Github. When asked about Google’s competition with Amazon Web Services for cloud supremacy, she boasted that Google’s cloud possessed “better technology.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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