Earlier this year, Satya Nadella took the charge of Microsoft, and has already made several important changes in the company, and much more following his “mobile first, cloud first” strategy. Since his arrival, we’ve seen Microsoft Office land on rival platforms, including the iPad, which has seen its fair share of success, as well as plethora of other changes. But, which app does he himself use the most?
At the annual shareholders meeting, Nadella told investors that Delve is one of his favorite Microsoft apps, not Skype, OneNote or any other Microsoft app.
“Delve is one of my favorite tools I use every day,” Nadella said. “Delve helps people discover information in new ways by surfacing the full depth of the knowledge inside your organization that’s in SharePoint or [Microsoft email product] Exchange.”
Delve is an interesting way to discover information from your work life. It displays information based on what you’re working on and what’s trending around you. The app requires an Office 365 subscription, and allows users search Microsoft’s cloud-based suite through machine learning techniques.Further reading: Delve, Microsoft, Satya Nadella