Here’s all that emerged from the Microsoft WPC


Microsoft WPC 2015
A lot of things have come out of the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) 2015. 
 
Writing on the official blog, Phil Sorgen, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group, Microsoft, said:
At our Worldwide Partner Conference today we showcased new technology innovations that demonstrate our ambition to reinvent productivity and business processes, build the intelligent cloud and create more personal computing. We also discussed investments the company is making in programs for our hundreds of thousands of global channel partners at the center of business transformation taking place in the industry. These innovations and investments will help Microsoft and our partners achieve our new mission together on a global scale, making a difference in lives and organizations in all corners of the planet.
 
Along with Project GigJam, a business process, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella also unveiled some other products & plans. 
 
There was the Cortana Analytics Suite, a fully managed & comprehensive set of services to “help businesses transform data into intelligent action. “
 
Then, of course, came the Microsoft HoloLens, a personal computing tool that’s been in the news almost every other day, of late.
 
HoloLens is the world’s 1st “fully untethered holographic computing device” powered by Windows 10. On-stage at WPC today, Satya showed how one of Microsoft’s partners, Autodesk, would use HoloLens to fundamentally change how design professionals create, communicate, visualize & work. HoloLens is already making an impact across a number of industries, he added.
 
Microsoft also announced it was expanding the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program to help partners continue to build & grow profitable Cloud services businesses using Microsoft Cloud. Beginning today, Microsoft will expand CSP to additional markets, bringing the total number of markets in which CSP was available to 131. Additionally, Azure & CRM Online will join Office 365, Windows Intune & Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) as available services in the CSP.
Below is a roundup from the Web of reports around the WPC.
 
 
Image Credit: Microsoft Blog

Satya Nadella explains Microsoft’s one big mistake – and resolves not to make … – Business Insider

http://news.google.com Jul 14, 2015 

Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella REUTERS/China DailyMicrosoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella gestures as he speaks during a forum a …

 

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WPC: Cloud solution provider firms amped on Microsoft strategy – TechTarget

http://news.google.com Jul 14, 2015 

During Day One at WPC 2015, Microsoft executives debuted the Cortana Analytics Suite, which the company described as a fully managed and comprehensive set of services …

 

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Windows 10 name choice revealed at Microsoft WPC – Channelnomics

http://news.google.com Jul 14, 2015 

Microsoft has come clean about why it decided to skip the number nine when naming its upcoming operating system Windows 10. When Windows 10 was first unveiled last autumn, it was …

 

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WPC 2015: Microsoft pitches HoloLens to businesses creating 3D models – CIO Australia

http://news.google.com Jul 14, 2015 

Microsoft is attempting to woo businesses with its HoloLens augmented reality headset, demonstrating how the device could be used to aid in 3D modeling. …

 

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