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Tech Rebound: 2 Growth Stocks You'll Wish You'd Bought on the Dip

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The cloud services industry is dominated by trillion-dollar giants like Amazon and Microsoft, but DigitalOcean (NYSE: DOCN) has found an edge by focusing on small to mid-sized business customers with under 500 employees. It's a segment of the market that larger players pay less attention to, but DigitalOcean is catering to their needs on price, service, and ease of use. DigitalOcean now serves 623,000 customers, and over the last 12 months, it has generated $462 million in revenue, a 36% jump year over year.