Satya Narayana Nadella started his career in the technology industry at the now-defunct Sun Microsystems. The Indian-American MBA graduate then proceeded to join the American technology giant Microsoft, in 1992. He worked there as an employee from 1992 to 2014. He held several important positions while working for the company.
He led Microsoft’s transition to cloud computing.
He was instrumental in developing one of the world’s biggest cloud infrastructures for the company as Executive Vice President of the Cloud and Enterprise group. He was made the CEO of Microsoft in 2014, making him the third CEO in the company’s history. In his tenure, Microsoft has seen immense expansion. He has overseen the acquisition of gaming studios such as Mojang and Bethesda Softworks and is in the middle of acquiring Activision Blizzard.
He, along with Phil Spencer, has been challenging Sony’s hegemony in the console market. To stay up to date with news surrounding Satya Nadella and more stay tuned to eXputer.
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