PayPal’s IT catalog in 2014

> The new structure would include nine hundred applications, thirty thousand end-user devices, twenty-five thousand e-mail accounts, nineteen hundred vendor contracts, three new data centers, one of the largest enterprise data warehouses in the world, and the addition of five thousand new servers, with the recreation, cloning, or moving of another nine thousand across sixty global locations.

This is a description of what IT had to manage when PayPal split from eBay. From _Be the Business_.

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