Five years ago this week, Ray Ozzie penned a memorable memo, 5,000 words long, entitled "The Internet Services Disruption", outlining the challenge for Microsoft to catch up to its rivals in the Internet and cloud computing space. He's celebrating anniversary with a fresh memo: "Dawn of a New Day".
Below is a short excerpt from the end of the memo:
Let there be no doubt that the big shifts occurring over the next five years ensure that this will absolutely be a time of great opportunity for those who put past technologies & successes into perspective, and envision all the transformational value that can be offered moving forward to individuals, businesses, governments and society.
It's the dawn of a new day -- the sun having now arisen on a world of continuous services and connected devices.
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