The Sams Report EP 86: Everything Gets Official

Posted on April 21, 2017 by Brad Sams in Podcasts, The Sams Report with 4 Comments

The Sams Report is a weekly podcast that dives deep into the world of Microsoft. With the company transforming the way it operates and Nadella putting his own touch on all aspects of the organization, the Sams Report breaks down the news and offers insight from insider sources.

On this episode, Microsoft makes official the Redstone development timeline, a few new apps are launched, and we are one week closer to the May event.

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4 responses to “The Sams Report EP 86: Everything Gets Official”

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    mebby

    It is a good customer 'model' to keep trusting Microsoft with mobile? Given that Microsoft is willing to sell something, do a less than good job at it, then drop it, and start over.

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    mebby

    'Reason why they are winning.' I agree Microsoft needs to wow its customers in all areas. What is something that is needed, useful and wonderful for its customers. To me Office 365 now has a bit of this. Windows - no. Mobile - no. Xbox - ???. Enterprise - ???.

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    mebby

    If 'Android' was spun off as a separate company in it's early days, would it have been bankrupt?

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    Elindalyne

    The only thing I could see that would differentiate Windows Cloud from chromebooks would be built in remote management capabilities.

    I just did a career day for 5th graders and was a bit surprised to see how much various websites are already integrated with their curriculum.

    Take a look at https://scratch.mit.edu/ . If all the tooling already exists for the web, why is anyone going to build an actual application?

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