Microsoft's future focus: WPC 2012

As Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC 2012) enters the home stretch, the software giant is spruiking its plans to make life difficult for Google, VMWare and Apple.

As the Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC 2012) enters the final stretch the software giant is switching into competition mode. Day three of the conference was headlined by Microsoft’s chief operating officer Kevin Turner and Jonathan Roskill, Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Group lead, and both were keen to explain how the company plans to compete over the next 12 months.

Lead with the cloud

Turner took  to the stage with his heart set on rallying the troops with Microsoft’s operating strategy for the next 12 months. His main focus was the FY12’s goals, and here they are:

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