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Microsoft's Mobile First, Cloud First Strategy, Explained
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Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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4/28/2014 | 3:11:21 PM
Who's on first?
Cloud first? What ever happened to customer first?
aaronAshfield
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aaronAshfield,
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4/28/2014 | 2:33:18 PM
Microsoft is struggling to find its place in the current world... Is lacking innovation...
I am afraid that changing "devices" to "mobile" is not going to cut it... 

Microsoft is running out of ideas... and when you are not creative, nothing works...

Remember what Steve Jobs said about Microsoft in his book?

Perhaps a model for Microsoft is SecureAccessTechnologies.com
anon1668539496
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anon1668539496,
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4/28/2014 | 1:33:44 PM
I feel sorry for Nadela. Snake bit by Microsoft's greedy past.
That Guy is the fall guy for the end of Microsoft's aka Mafiasoft's monopoly whose roots came from a inside deal Billy's Mom at IBM helped him force onto IBM or should I say IBM fell for. Licensing a totally inferior, hurry find and buy some crappy OS quickly who happened to be from Seattle Computing called Dos. This garbage file system is still in Windows 8 haunting Microsoft after all these years. The biggest mistake Microsoft made was when they had the chance to dump DOS when WindoZe 3.0 came out, they didn't as they used it to incarcerate the world with backwards compatible barbed fish hooks.

The irony of it all is MicroKlunk has snake bit itself too many times now. What they used to control their monopoly with, now is the very thing that is their demise. Locking down users into their highly inferior operating system and overpriced Office product. Those products for those who are not aware of the facts are the only cash cows Microsoft ever had and ever will have now that there is competition on all fronts. DOS is gone. Oops I guess it is officially called WindoZe. Offife is being peddled to iPad Users and anyone who will help make the monstrous Redmond payroll.

Live by the zing die by the zing.

The best Nadela can hope for is to die in his sleep. The consumer market is now history for Microsoft and next it will be the enterprise no matter what they try to do.

The reason this is all happening is the monopoly is gone thanks to Linux and Unix which is far superior to anything ever produced in Redmond since day one. The M$ lockdown is vaporizing as I write this. 

 

 

 
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