Microsoft owns the enterprise. Don’t expect it to be letting go of even the tiniest sliver anytime soon. In the last few months the world’s biggest software company has upped its data game, its analytics tools, its database, brought Office to the iPad and new Enterprise File Sync and Share (via OneDrive) capabilities to businesses.
Though all of this is easy to say, it’s substantial, especially when you consider that sales of its “new” and/or ”new and improved” products are booming. Take for example that Office for iPad has been downloaded from the app store 27 million times in just over a month, that SQL is growing faster than the competition, and that its BI and Analytics tools rank near the top of Gartner’s Leaders Quadrant.
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