(Bloomberg) -- Google is consolidating its various cloud businesses into a single group to be led by Diane Greene, a co- founder and former chief executive officer of software maker VMware Inc., as the search giant seeks to diversify its sales from its bedrock advertising business.

The reorganization, announced Thursday in a blog post, brings Google for Work, Cloud Platform, and Google Apps into one organization, led by Greene, who has served on the company’s board for three years. Urs Holzle, the company’s senior vice president of infrastructure, said Wednesday that he wants Google’s cloud services to make more money than its ad products in 2020.

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