Kurt DelBene and Satya Nadella talk about Microsoft’s cloud vision and strategy

Yesterday Kurt DelBene, president of the Microsoft Office Division, and Satya Nadella, president of Microsoft’s Server and Tools Business, dined with journalists in San Francisco to discuss cloud computing. Kurt and Satya weighed in on the biggest myths, trends and the future in cloud computing. Microsoft News Center captures the conversation of the evening, here. 

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Shell, Manpower Inc., Tampa General Hospital and others choose Business Productivity Online Services

The long list of Microsoft cloud customers keeps growing. The latest additions include Advocate Health Care, Manpower Inc., Shell and Tampa General Hospital. These organizations join cloud customers of all sizes that enhance collaboration, improve productivity and reduce costs with Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS). BPOS includes Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft SharePoint Online, Microsoft Office…

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Questions in the cloud

Now more than ever, CIOs are inundated with cloud “buzz.” Ron Markezich, corporate vice president of Microsoft Online, narrows the conversation down to five key questions to think about when considering a business move to the cloud. Find out more about his top questions in today’s Why Microsoft? blog post.

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What Customers Want in the Cloud

Over the past few months, Ron Markezich, corporate vice president of Microsoft Online – and former Microsoft CIO – connected with Microsoft Online Services customers to find out what they think of cloud computing, how it impacts their business, and why betting on Microsoft makes sense. Ron shares findings in his blog post on the…

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Office 365 for Education

The education space is changing with the growing critical need for anytime anywhere access to coursework, lecture notes and classroom sites. Students are working collaboratively more than ever from home to school and everywhere in between. Just as education is changing, so are the tools that Microsoft is offering to help universities and schools adjust…

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Study Shows Energy Reduction Potential from Cloud Computing

The Cloud Computing and Sustainability: The Environmental Benefits of Moving to the Cloud study says that moving business applications to the cloud can save 30 percent or more in carbon emissions per user. The benefits are even more impressive for small deployments: Energy use and emissions can be reduced by more than 90 percent with…

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Cloud Power!

Hot on the heels of last Week’s Professional Developer’s Conference, Microsoft continues its heavy focus on cloud computing by kicking off a new, global “Cloud Power” campaign. Based on the notion that the cloud has the power to fundamentally change the way people do business, the campaign will give organizations that are considering the cloud…

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