Fresh off signing the State of Minnesota to a big cloud contract, Microsoft announced this week that it has signed on several more high-profile customers for its Business Productivity Online Standard Suite.

The company said chemical giant DuPont, oil and gas company Sunoco, and an Australian contract management company, have all signed on for its hosted email and collaboration applications. They join such companies McDonald’s, GlaxoSmithKline, and Starbucks, which have previously stated their intentions to migrate to the Microsoft cloud.

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