Microsoft continued to gain momentum in the government cloud computing space, announcing this week that it has signed deals with New York City and the State of California.

Under the five year-year deal with New York City, 30,000 employees will access Microsoft’s Business Productivity Suite, which includes email and collaboration software, via the company’s cloud infrastructure. The agreement will also see employees migrate to Microsoft’s Office suite when it becomes available.

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