Microsoft news recap: Microsoft Bookings arrives on Android, wants to “bring the other half of the world online” and more
Microsoft (MSFT) news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!
Microsoft’s Peggy Johnson tops list of most powerful female engineers of 2017
One of Microsoft’s own engineers, Peggy Johnson, has made it into the list of most powerful female engineers in the United States of 2017.
Microsoft wants to “bring the other half of the world online” with Affordable Access Initiative
Despite many of us being connected to the internet, be it at home, on-the-go or at work, there’s still a large part of the world and pockets in some areas that aren’t connected, at least not with a stable connection. Microsoft wants to reduce the unconnected population by bringing “the other half of the world online” through its Affordable Access Initiative.
Microsoft Bookings app released for Android
Those with an Office 365 Business Premium subscription are now able to use Microsoft Bookings on Android with Microsoft’s new app. The app assists with keeping track of bookings, staff and customers.
Analyst believes Microsoft’s Project Scorpio will rule in 2018 and 2019
Analysts are releasing their predictions ahead of Project Scorpio’s release and they believe it will be positive, saying that Project Scorpio will rule in 2018 and 2019.
That’s the top Microsoft news for the past week – we’ll be back next week with more!Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Bookings, Peggy Johnson, Project Scorpio