USA: Amazon moves into video conferencing
Amazon Web Services (NASDAQ:AMZN) is taking on Skype (NASDAQ:MSFT), WebEx (NASDAQ:CSCO) and GoToMeeting (NASDAQ:CTXS) in videoconferencing, pushing deeper into in the productivity-application market to broaden its appeal to business customers.
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