As per reports, Microsoft (MSFT) is set to revise its licensing terms and allow cloud service providers to better compete in response to complaints, informed its president Brad Smith. The technology giant had been fined 1.6 billion euros ($1.7 billion) by EU antitrust regulators.
Smith informed the changes will include allowing cloud service providers to offer Windows as a complete deskstop operating system, revising licensing terms, and providing longer-term price protection. Microsoft was on the enforcer’s radar again after German software provider NextCloud, France’s OVHcloud and two other companies filed complaints about Microsoft’s cloud practices.
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