‘Cloud First, Mobile First’ is the vision of Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella and AX 7 will be a testament to this vision, introducing major advances in cloud infrastructure and mobile applications. It appears that AX 7 has been configured to maximize the utility of Azure and will be launched only on Azure with on premise access following later.
This much awaited upgraded version of AX 2012 has been designed around simplifying your digital journey.
With its latest offering, Microsoft aspires to become your partner in optimum performance by offering complete time and place utility. With the AX7, Microsoft has further refined its cloud platform for both private and public implementations while still offering an on premise option.
In an endeavor to promote greater productivity, Microsoft aims to enable seamless integration between its offerings and other non-Microsoft products regardless of the device being used, be it an Xbox, iPhone, Android or any other.
Microsoft believes that productivity and collaboration should not be compromised because people are not operating from fixed workstations or certain types of applications or devices. Microsoft’s newest offering aims to mitigate these barriers and provide an agile application without any compromise on functionality.
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