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4 reasons Microsoft is a new company


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There's no question that today's Microsoft is a whole new company. Many of the changes announced under the leadership of CEO Satya Nadella were initiated under his predecessor, Steve Ballmer. But it's clear that it's a whole new Microsoft.

From Computerworld:

Here are four surprising things Microsoft has embraced publicly in the past week or so that reveal a new and better company.

1. The iPad

Four years ago, I wrote a column saying why Microsoft really, really needed to come out with a version of Office for Apple's iPad.

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9247446/4_reasons_Microsoft_is_a_new_company

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The interesting point in this article -for me- is not Office for Ipad, but the lofty holloa for 'The Internet of Things'.
Of course just a call to participate in gathering, storing and processing data in 'The Internet of the MS Cloud Things', but if we can believe it, it is sort of pointed to the average Joe for free. Maybe not a bad move, as bigger companies may have security doubts about uses of clouds.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsembedded/en-us/internet-of-things.aspx

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Here are four surprising things Microsoft has embraced publicly in the past week or so that reveal a new and better company.

Those 4 points mentioned in the article do not (singly) or (collectively) make Microsoft a new company - a better company, perhaps yes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . but, in no way - a new company.

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