Microsoft Moves Forward with Their Mobile-First, Cloud-First Approach

Microsoft today has announced several forth coming improvements to their portfolio of cloud based products such as new storage and machine learning capabilities for their Azure line as well as overhauled features for the Office 365 Business subscription plans. Geared towards demonstrating their continuing shift toward their "mobile-first, cloud-first" strategy with CEO Satya Nadella guiding the way, this announcement lays the ground work for Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference or WPC starting Monday morning in Washington, DC. Continue reading here.


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