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Microsoft signed on for a $1 billion cloud project in Poland that includes opening up a data center to facilitate cloud services for businesses and government, Reuters reports. Microsoft is joining with Polish cloud provider Chmura Krajowa on a seven-year partnership that will see the big tech company provide cloud-based technology training. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said the partnership will help sectors "digitally transform and implement new work standards."
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