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Windows 10 Release, Big Data Analysis: Microsoft Roundup

Microsoft brought news of cloud and big data at Convergence and major updates to Windows 10 from across the globe.
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Systems Of Intelligence
In his keynote at this year's Convergence show, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said the company is 'at the dawn of a new generation of business systems.' Business technology is evolving as rapidly as technology itself, he noted, and Microsoft has altered its focus to better serve and empower customers as they adapt to change.

As it looks towards a more mobile and cloud-driven future, Microsoft carries three strong ambitions: to enable more personal computing, reinvent productivity and business processes, and build 'systems of intelligence' among empowered people and organizations. With billions of Internet-connected devices generating piles of data, Microsoft wants to ensure its customers have the capabilities to act on those data insights.

Systems Of Intelligence

In his keynote at this year's Convergence show, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said the company is "at the dawn of a new generation of business systems." Business technology is evolving as rapidly as technology itself, he noted, and Microsoft has altered its focus to better serve and empower customers as they adapt to change.

As it looks towards a more mobile and cloud-driven future, Microsoft carries three strong ambitions: to enable more personal computing, reinvent productivity and business processes, and build "systems of intelligence" among empowered people and organizations. With billions of Internet-connected devices generating piles of data, Microsoft wants to ensure its customers have the capabilities to act on those data insights.

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3/23/2015 | 9:57:45 AM
Re: Microsoft dynamics
@SachinEE I'm also curious to see how the Systems of Intelligence initiative will unfold and affect the enterprise. Microsoft Dynamics is no doubt invaluable to businesses, and played a big role in last week's events, but I thought it was interesting to see Nadella take a broader approach to this year's Convergence.
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