Microsoft’s build conference kicked off this year as a fully remote event, with keynotes, panels, and even breakout tutorials all online. Microsoft updates “Fluid Framework” which aims to unify all Office 365 apps into a single program, in addition to making individual elements of a document, say a table or a paragraph of text, shareable and editable by anyone. Beyond office, Microsoft is expanding it’s cloud offerings with services tailored to various industries, and is launching with cloud services especially for Healthcare.
Apple is no longer the most valuable company in the world after its shares fell to $172.2. Microsoft, on the other hand, which has been following its enterprise dream for several years already, is now number one with a value of $753 billion.
PowerPoint Designer, a feature that lives in the current version of the software. Each time you create a new slide, Designer is invisibly scanning your content, trying to figure out better ways to make that content shine based on millions of other PowerPoint presentations.
Microsoft are pleased to announce new brilliant way to productive collaboration. A new culture of work is emerging. One where unlocking the power of the team has never been more important. I see it with our team daily. People coming together, creating together. Making products stronger through collaboration, whether they’re in the same room or separated by thousands of miles.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sits down with TheVerge's reporter to discuss the future of Windows and what's next for his company. Just because Microsoft isn't making a phone doesn't mean it's not relevant, but it does mean that the company is focusing on new things like AI, cloud computing, and the enterprise.