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Protocol | Enterprise

Microsoft's sprawling cloud

In this Thursday's Protocol | Enterprise newsletter: how Microsoft's hybrid cloud vision continues to evolve, this week in enterprise tech earnings and why race car pits need more QA engineers.


The U.K. announced an Apple antitrust investigation

The U.K.'s Competition and Markets Authority said it's investigating Apple over "complaints that its terms and conditions for app developers are unfair and anti-competitive."
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Okta doubles down on identity management with $6.5B purchase of Auth0

Enterprise SaaS companies are in shopping mode following an incredible year for growth in cloud services, and Okta announced Wednesday that it has agreed to purchase Auth0 for $6.5 billion in stock.

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Arizona House passes app store bill

The Arizona House of Representatives passed legislation to reform the app store ecosystem on Wednesday, potentially giving apps a way to avoid the fees Apple and Google currently charge.

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Facebook to resume political advertising March 4

The social networking giant announced it was lifting a ban on political and social issue ads, which it put in place prior to the 2020 election and left in place amid the surge of post-election instability that culminated in the Jan. 6 riot inside the U.S. Capitol.

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Google is getting rid of cross-site tracking for advertisers

After announcing that it would get rid of third-party cookies from Chrome, Google announced on Wednesday that it won't be replacing them with anything. "Today, we're making explicit that once third-party cookies are phased out," Google's David Temkin wrote in a blog post, "we will not build alternate identifiers to track individuals as they browse across the web, nor will we use them in our products."

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