Microsoft Azure revenue continues to climb, despite slowdown
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With Microsoft Ignite 2022 set to launch in Seattle, Microsoft will look to make inroads with customers who need both efficiency and flexibility to get their work done.
Microsoft casts a large shadow on the tech industry, and any shift in its strategy affects millions of users around the world. CEO Satya Nadella typically sets the agenda for the coming year by sharing the company's vision and focus for the immediate future.
If the last several Ignite shows have been any indication, the cloud will be front and center. Expect Nadella and other company officials to tout this aspect in new and enhanced products in key areas such as data management, app development, AI, cybersecurity and Microsoft 365.
Review our pre-show coverage to familiarize yourself with Microsoft's current strategies, and then check back with this updating guide to read all the news coming out of the conference.
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