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Microsoft TURBO Company Profile Report

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Microsoft TURBO Report by databahn

Last updated: H1 2020

Microsoft Corporation
One Microsoft Way
Redmond, WA 98052
United States
Phone: (425)-882-8080
Website: http://www.microsoft.com
Sector: Technology
Industry: Software - Infrastructure
Full Time Employees: 144,000

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  • Hand curated content from selected articles, interviews, case studies, and success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
  • Technology Executive Insights to existing IT & telecom systems, projects, initiatives, and internal code names for applications, systems, and IT business units
  • Insights gleaned from technology related job descriptions
  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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MICROSOFT EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

Name Title Company Email
Satya Nadella Chief Executive Officer Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Brad Smith President Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Chris Capossela Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Marketing and Consumer Business Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Kevin Scott Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Jean-Philippe Courtois Executive Vice President and President Global Sales, Marketing and Operations Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Kurt DelBene Chief Digital Officer and Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Core Services Engineering and Operations Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Scott Guthrie Executive Vice President Cloud + AI Group Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Kathleen Hogan Executive Vice President, Human Resources Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Amy Hood Executive Vice President and CFO Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Rajesh Jha Executive Vice President, Experiences and Devices Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Peggy Johnson Executive Vice President, Business Development Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Harry Shum Executive Vice President, Artificial Intelligence and Research Group Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Phil Spencer Executive Vice President, Gaming Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Jeff Weiner CEO of LinkedIn Microsoft *****@microsoft.com
Judson Althoff Executive Vice President, Worldwide Commercial Business Microsoft *****@microsoft.com





MICROSOFT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

William H. Gates III
Founder and Technology Advisor, Microsoft Corporation

Reid Hoffman
Partner, Greylock Partners

Hugh Johnston
Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer, PepsiCo, Inc.

Teri L. List-Stoll
Executive Vice President and CFO, Gap, Inc.

Satya Nadella
CEO, Microsoft Corporation

Charles H. Noski
Former Vice Chairman, Bank of America Corporation

Dr. Helmut Panke
Former Chairman of the Board of Management, BMW AG

Sandra E. Peterson
Operating Partner, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice

Penny Pritzker
Founder and Chairman, PSP Partners

Charles W. Scharf
Chairman and CEO, The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation

Arne Sorenson
President and CEO, Marriott International, Inc.

John W. Stanton
Chairman, Trilogy Partnerships

John W. Thompson
Board Chair, Microsoft Corporation

Padmasree Warrior
Former Chief Development Officer, NIO Inc. and CEO, NIO USA, Inc.

 

7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT MICROSOFT

 

Samsung and Microsoft will work closely together on future products, starting with the Galaxy Note 10

  • Samsung will be introducing more Microsoft services that are preinstalled and is going a step further by integrating some of those services with Samsung's version of Android.
  • With Outlook for Android, users will have the option of using Outlook as their default email client right out of the box.
  • The OneDrive and LinkedIn apps are also being added.


India’s Reliance Jio inks deal with Microsoft to expand Office 365, Azure to more businesses; unveils broadband, blockchain and IoT platforms

  • Reliance Jio said it will commercially roll out its broadband service next month; an IoT platform with ambitions to power more than a billion devices on January 1 next year; and “one of the world’s biggest blockchain networks” in the next 12 months — all while also scaling its retail and commerce businesses.
  • The company also announced a 10-year partnership with Microsoft to launch new cloud data centers in India to ensure “more of Jio’s customers can access the tools and platforms they need to build their own digital capability,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.


Microsoft, Imprivata Launch Cloud Access Security Tool for Healthcare

  • Imprivata®, the healthcare IT security company, introduced Imprivata Identity Governance as the first step in enabling end-to-end Healthcare Identity and Access Management (IAM) with Microsoft Azure Active Directory.
  • “With our collaboration with Imprivata, especially with the deep integrations Imprivata has with EHRs, we can now offer our healthcare customers an end-to-end solution that extends Microsoft’s hybrid identity and access management platform." – Alex Simons, Corporate VP of Program Management at Microsoft


Microsoft poaches Samsung’s Chief Medical Officer to join its growing health team

  • Microsoft has snapped up David Rhew from Samsung Electronics, where he worked as a Chief Medical Officer overseeing the company’s health efforts in the U.S.
  • Rhew will report to corporate Vice President Peter Lee.
  • Microsoft recently announced plans to work with the local health system Providence to build a “hospital of the future,” and it is working with Walgreens on new health care delivery models.


Microsoft launches Ultra Disk cloud storage service for data-intensive workloads

  • Microsoft Corp. announced the general availability of its new Azure Ultra Disk solid-state drive storage service in three of its cloud regions.
  • Azure Ultra Disk is what the company calls a next-generation distributed block storage service, designed to cater to high-throughput and high-input/output Azure virtual machines.
  • The CTO explained that Azure Ultra Disk use locally redundant storage to keep three copies of the data within a single Azure Availability Zone. They also rely on “virtual disk client” technology, which provides metadata on disk mappings.


Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Unveils New Digital Strategy For Businesses: 'Tech Intensity'

  • Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella showcased several innovative customers embracing "tech intensity.”
  • BMW’s Intelligent Personal Assistant (IPA) is built on top of Microsoft’s Azure cloud.
  • CBRE is pairing IoT sensors with Azure Digital Twins technology to optimize energy usage and offer real-time views into the availability of specialized office space and equipment.


Why Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Is Tearing Up the Windows Business

  • CEO Nadella unveiled his latest overhaul of Microsoft’s organizational structure. The new setup aims to leverage Microsoft’s strongest businesses, like its Azure cloud service and Office 365 subscription software, while Windows gets deemphasized.
  • “Computing experiences are evolving to include multiple senses and are no longer bound to one device at a time but increasingly spanning many as we move from home to work and on the go,” Nadella explained. “These modern needs, habits and expectations of our customers are motivating us to bring Windows, Office, and third-party applications and devices into a more cohesive Microsoft 365 experience.”

 

 

 

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