To make the right tech decisions, you need the best information you can get your hands on. Mary Jo Foley offers a quarter-by-quarter forecast of what you can expect from Microsoft in the year to come.
Some teams at Microsoft are fairly transparent about their roadmaps, but most still are not. This goes for teams selling business software and services, not just those selling consumer offerings -- which justifiably can and should be kept private as long as possible to enhance their "big reveal" potential.
This reticence creates challenges for many business users attempting to craft upgrade and deployment plans. I know this personally, as I receive many pleas for predictive help. In that spirit, here's my best attempt at providing guidance on what to expect from Microsoft in the coming year+ on the business front. Some of t ...
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