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What 'Digital Transformation' Means For Microsoft And Its Customers

The concept of ‘digital transformation’ was prominent during keynotes at Microsoft Ignite 2016 in Atlanta. Brad Anderson, Microsoft corporate vice-president of enterprise client and mobility, provided his definition of what ‘digital Transformation’ means for Microsoft as well as for its enterprise customers. More »      
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