Microsoft’s new CEO Satya Nadella said the company is looking beyond the post-PC era that we’re currently in now, which is defined not by consumers and businesses being tied to a single device. Instead, the company is betting on a cloud-first, mobile-first future.
“I think we’re at the very beginning of what I describe as the ‘post-post-PC era,'” Nadella said at the first annual CODE Conference tonight.
The new CEO has only been on the job for about three months, but it’s been a busy three months. In that time, the company has released its version of Office for iPad, closed its $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia, and introduced a new piece of hardware, the Surface Pro 3, to rave reviews.
Granted, those projects were underway before Nadella took over. But as just the third CEO of the company in nearly four decades, following Bill…
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