Microsoft first introduced its Microsoft Windows 36 and Microsoft Office suite for business and schools as early as 2017. While a package of Office and Windows licenses is meaningful to business customers, Microsoft is also looking for a similar consumer package . Speaking to journalists at a media event earlier this week The Verge Chief Executive Satya Nadella gave some hints that the Microsoft 365 will appear for consumers.
Microsoft recently increasingly focuses on business customers, and Nadella responded to Microsoft's focus on Microsoft's focus on the event. Nadela admits that the software giant "has made a lot of mistakes by simply saying to go into every category just because we are a software company," and now wrestle wisely about the business against the consumer. Part of this battle are subscriptions. "I think of Microsoft 365 as a two-way market," said Nadela. "What we do with Office 365 or what we'll be talking about as a Microsoft 365 user subscription will be a completely new consumer business."
Stratechery published Nadella's complete comments of the day, but his hint suggests that Office 365 to be renamed Microsoft 365 for users. The listings of job listings seen by ZDNet in December suggested that the Microsoft 365 package is on its way. Subscription may offer a combination of Office 365, Skype, Cortana, and Outlook Mobile. However, it is not clear how Windows 1