A new vision for Microsoft became more apparent at its partner conference this week and it's all about doing more with the devices that you already use today.
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Microsoft has announced that it is killing off its Asha and Series 40 feature phones, and plans to focus exclusively on Windows Phone, while the MixRadio music service is expected to be sold off.
At the Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C., Microsoft announced their strategy to go head-to-head with Chromebooks -- but the strategy is all too familiar.
Microsoft loves to tout its success, and at WPC, the company mentioned a particularly big win by highlighting 785 corporate customers who had enough of Google and came back to Windows.
At WPC14 today, Microsoft said that Office 365 is its fastest-growing corporate product ever, showing that Office as a service, is a viable business model for the company's productivity.
Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference kicks off tomorrow with a keynote and will continue with three days of content-packed sessions about the company's FY 2015 goals - and we'll be there!