What can we expect from Microsoft in 2017?

 Jan 10, 2017

What happens when you stop being afraid? Ask Microsoft! The Redmond-based company that built its fortune on Windows seems willing to break more than a few digital eggs to build truly special products and services. And if 2016 is any measure, 2017 could be the company’s breakout year.

Expect to see:

  • Artificial intelligence and mixed reality coming together on all sorts of devices
  • Project Scorpio, Microsoft’s brand new gaming console
  • A new Surface Pro, and some more devices joining the family

…and on a business front, lots of useful integration between Office 365 and other products and platforms..

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Read on to see some more expert opinion for what Microsoft will do over this year – and check out our Microsoft Office and Microsoft Technical courses!

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 4 Jan, 2017

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 Dec 28, 2016

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