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The Rebirth Of Microsoft - How Satya Nadella Saved It (Or Did He?)

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FEY'SCONTROL (1 day ago)
I am highly impressed by the video production.
Brat PAQ (8 days ago)
I think the secret title of this video is 'How Steve Balmer saved Microsoft."
RomanBMW (8 days ago)
It's pronounced "AZURE", no ayzure. Do you spell "apple" also like this? :O
keivan sabbaghi (10 days ago)
I disagree with all the praise that Balmer gets in this video. I believe his strategy of shutting down - or reducing - innovation caused the stagnation for Microsoft. In contrast, what he said as a bad thing - wasting money on ideas that may not be profitable - is what had made Amazon what it is today, according to Jeff Bezos. As for the Azure, he almost missed the window on that too. The reason he didn’t see it bear fruit was the timing. Amazon stayed without challenge for 7 years -again Bezos call it a miracle. So, CEOs in my opinion should be gauged by what they didn’t do or missed and whether what they did was on time or too late.
Manoj Balabantaray (11 days ago)
I am Microsoft fan
Ben Bravo (12 days ago)
White is supreme as always.
AL2009man (12 days ago)
5:37 Felix from Re:Zero, what the heck are you doing here?
sandy blaze (12 days ago)
Downgrading his sucess ? You must be butthurt
WARnabGoLive (13 days ago)
Google have sundar pichai.. Microsoft have satya nadela.. Both are indian. And some dumb pewds fans still racist to indians.. We indian always think global to develop mankind. Jai hind.
rahul ludhani (13 days ago)
Good
nakatomi haimitsuisi (14 days ago)
I want win phone back again
chazenova (15 days ago)
they kill it when they do the w10
natazer (19 days ago)
The mindset that helped Satya and Microsoft is, what got us here isn't what will take us into the future.
Sharmishta Dey (19 days ago)
Indian elite brains.
Samir Gyawali (20 days ago)
From where dashline related to Microsoft 🤔🤔🤔🤔
Linux Tutorials (20 days ago)
INDIA 🙏
Wrong on all accounts, stock buybacks are their major revenue stream like IBM has done. The windows phone was the best idea, and without the practice of stock buybacks it would be strictly a software company only. The phone business was the money and once the money printing stops you will see a company with not as much to offer.
Duco Darling (23 days ago)
Packaging. Microsoft's greatest change was packaging. Not surprising though - from the OS that still has 20 year old elements in it.
bill11990 (23 days ago)
Satya Nadella definitely revived goodwill/respect for Microsoft amongst developers & techies and even end-users. So certainly well done to Satya Nadella, he is also doing great work for open source communities which is a crucial step towards technological progress for the whole humanity.
Dharuv Verma (24 days ago)
Actually what I feel like Microsoft's Purchase of Nokia's mobile division was the biggest disaster... Later in 2014, both Microsoft and Nokia changed their CEOs to Indian origin Satya Nadella and Rajeev Suri respectively. They both are graduates from same college here in India and just because of that both Nokia and Microsoft came back to the track again...
Anthony Jeenarine (29 days ago)
You just don't give the Indian credit
Tiana Pyre (30 days ago)
Satya is really doing a lot, I believe he is what Microsoft investors have been waiting on since Bill hung em up.
Satiya = girl friend Satya = Truth You are messing with his name
Raji V.P (1 month ago)
That's why now Microsoft loves Linux...
Wellness Consultant (1 month ago)
Microsoft isn't evil, they just make really crappy operating systems.
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Trap Kannada (1 month ago)
what if i told you microsoft ceo satya nadella and adobe ceo shantanu are friends since childhood both were completed highschool studies from the same school
Evan Silversun (1 month ago)
Cool vid bro
MsBizzyGurl (1 month ago)
Blows. 'Here's your magical Office 365. It really doesn't do anything except ass up your email and not sync your data from all the even more magical 'sharing' - we can fix it by selling you additional software, tho' - thanks, Microsoft.
tqrecords (1 month ago)
I actually thought that was PewDiePie speaking at first
Idan Shapira (1 month ago)
Steven Balmer was cancerous man. It's realy mean to say it on another person but I hope he'll die
Roger B (1 month ago)
Steve Balmer is a snake and did his best to destroy Microsoft. Not intentionally of course but through greed.
George Kokkos (1 month ago)
Was expecting a list of things he did to save Microsoft, not a story about how CEOs succeeded one another. downvoted
Nisar Khan (1 month ago)
Satya Nadella is from my city... Hyderabad... I am proud of him after watching this vdo...
Light Yagami (1 month ago)
he saved everything hooray for indians
Jack T (1 month ago)
Steve Balmer was not late to the mobile market. Microsoft under Bill Gates had it tied up. They had the business mobile market and more and better mobile apps and development tools than any other. It took years for Android and Apple to get even close. It was a PC in the palm of your hand. However, Steve, against the kicking and screaming of everyone else, decided that Zune, a gaming platform was the way to go, and the Windows Mobile apps were incompatible. So, he started a Microsoft Store with no apps, and a poor OS that had glitz, and made it hard on anyone but Microsoft to write apps for it. At that point Apple was way ahead, but Microsoft's developers went to Android, which was more open than IOS and their store, which in turn provided the basis for Android development tools, which made Android #1 for the best apps. Then came along Satya who could only think Software as a Service, and crammed that down everyone's throat. He later backed off some because users left. He didn't save anything. He renamed Zune/Windows RT, and told everyone they were getting Windows 10 on their mobile devices, which is a lie. Until you get to a certain size, you are running Zune/Windows RT and Zune/Metro/Modern/Universal Apps, which have evolved from useless to weak. With Gates, the managers worked for the techies. Balmer thrived in this this market and Gates needed him for the management role. However, Balmer while cheer leading became convinced that he was the one who swung the bat that hit the home runs. What he proved is you cannot manage what you don't understand. Satya knows the technical leadership has been lost so he develops areas that don't require it, and point everything they make toward the Software As A Service environment because he knows Microsoft is losing the platform advantage. The problem with that is his market is slipping away to the innovators a little at a time, and Microsoft no longer has the on-fire talent it once did due to their own mismanagement. What changed Gates focus was Melinda and her family. I am glad for him. It was probably a little hard for him to let go at first, but I'd bet he is happy now that he made the move. No matter how much money he made, he was one of the most underpaid people in the world. The world owes him a lot.
Jack T (1 month ago)
Steve Balmer was not late to the mobile market. Microsoft under Bill Gates had it tied up. They had the business mobile market and more and better mobile apps and development tools than any other. It took years for Android and Apple to get even close. It was a PC in the palm of your hand. However, Steve, against the kicking and screaming of everyone else, decided that Zune, a gaming platform was the way to go, and the Windows Mobile apps were incompatible. So, he started a Microsoft Store with no apps, and a poor OS that had glitz, and made it hard on anyone but Microsoft to write apps for it. At that point Apple was way ahead, but Microsoft's developers went to Android, which was more open than IOS and their store, which in turn provided the basis for Android development tools, which made Android #1 for the best apps. Then came along Satya who could only think Software as a Service, and crammed that down everyone's throat. He later backed off some because users left. He didn't save anything. He renamed Zune/Windows RT, and told everyone they were getting Windows 10 on their mobile devices, which is a lie. Until you get to a certain size, you are running Zune/Windows RT and Zune/Metro/Modern/Universal Apps, which have evolved from useless to weak. With Gates, the managers worked for the techies. Balmer thrived in this this market and Gates needed him for the management role. However, Balmer while cheer leading became convinced that he was the one who swung the bat that hit the home runs. What he proved is you cannot manage what you don't understand. Satya knows the technical leadership has been lost so he develops areas that don't require it, and point everything they make toward the Software As A Service environment because he knows Microsoft is losing the platform advantage. The problem with that is his market is slipping away to the innovators a little at a time, and Microsoft no longer has the on-fire talent it once did due to their own mismanagement. What changed Gates focus was Melinda and her family. I am glad for him. It was probably a little hard for him to let go at first, but I'd bet he is happy now that he made the move. No matter how much money he made, he was one of the most underpaid people in the world. The world owes him a lot.
Jack T (1 month ago)
Steve Balmer was not late to the mobile market. Microsoft under Bill Gates had it tied up. They had the business mobile market and more and better mobile apps and development tools than any other. It took years for Android and Apple to get even close. It was a PC in the palm of your hand. However, Steve, against the kicking and screaming of everyone else, decided that Zune, a gaming platform was the way to go, and the Windows Mobile apps were incompatible. So, he started a Microsoft Store with no apps, and a poor OS that had glitz, and made it hard on anyone but Microsoft to write apps for it. At that point Apple was way ahead, but Microsoft's developers went to Android, which was more open than IOS and their store, which in turn provided the basis for Android development tools, which made Android #1 for the best apps. Then came along Satya who could only think Software as a Service, and crammed that down everyone's throat. He later backed off some because users left. He didn't save anything. He renamed Zune/Windows RT, and told everyone they were getting Windows 10 on their mobile devices, which is a lie. Until you get to a certain size, you are running Zune/Windows RT and Zune/Metro/Modern/Universal Apps, which have evolved from useless to weak. With Gates, the managers worked for the techies. Balmer thrived in this this market and Gates needed him for the management role. However, Balmer while cheer leading became convinced that he was the one who swung the bat that hit the home runs. What he proved is you cannot manage what you don't understand. Satya knows the technical leadership has been lost so he develops areas that don't require it, and point everything they make toward the Software As A Service environment because he knows Microsoft is losing the platform advantage. The problem with that is his market is slipping away to the innovators a little at a time, and Microsoft no longer has the on-fire talent it once did due to their own mismanagement. What changed Gates focus was Melinda and her family. I am glad for him. It was probably a little hard for him to let go at first, but I'd bet he is happy now that he made the move. No matter how much money he made, he was one of the most underpaid people in the world. The world owes him a lot.
Jack T (1 month ago)
Steve Balmer was not late to the mobile market. Microsoft under Bill Gates had it tied up. They had the business mobile market and more and better mobile apps and development tools than any other. It took years for Android and Apple to get even close. It was a PC in the palm of your hand. However, Steve, against the kicking and screaming of everyone else, decided that Zune, a gaming platform was the way to go, and the Windows Mobile apps were incompatible. So, he started a Microsoft Store with no apps, and a poor OS that had glitz, and made it hard on anyone but Microsoft to write apps for it. At that point Apple was way ahead, but Microsoft's developers went to Android, which was more open than IOS and their store, which in turn provided the basis for Android development tools, which made Android #1 for the best apps. Then came along Satya who could only think Software as a Service, and crammed that down everyone's throat. He later backed off some because users left. He didn't save anything. He renamed Zune/Windows RT, and told everyone they were getting Windows 10 on their mobile devices, which is a lie. Until you get to a certain size, you are running Zune/Windows RT and Zune/Metro/Modern/Universal Apps, which have evolved from useless to weak. With Gates, the managers worked for the techies. Balmer thrived in this this market and Gates needed him for the management role. However, Balmer while cheer leading became convinced that he was the one who swung the bat that hit the home runs. What he proved is you cannot manage what you don't understand. Satya knows the technical leadership has been lost so he develops areas that don't require it, and point everything they make toward the Software As A Service environment because he knows Microsoft is losing the platform advantage. The problem with that is his market is slipping away to the innovators a little at a time, and Microsoft no longer has the on-fire talent it once did due to their own mismanagement. What changed Gates focus was Melinda and her family. I am glad for him. It was probably a little hard for him to let go at first, but I'd bet he is happy now that he made the move. No matter how much money he made, he was one of the most underpaid people in the world. The world owes him a lot.
Sangeeth Nandakumar (1 month ago)
Google CEO, Microsoft CEO... All are brave Indians. Now what.. Apple ??
Jagi125 (1 month ago)
I don't understand, how can you use the word "unfortunate" talking about Microsoft failure(s)...
Nt Cat (1 month ago)
Whites = Innovation + technical skills -> startups, small medium enterprise Indians = technical skills + politics -> large enterprise East Asians = technical skills -> underdogs (Only in the context of North American Tech Industry)
Michael ODonnell (1 month ago)
As usual, decent material ruined by the production team with all their Artiste Wannabee "improvements" like irritatingly needless panning/zooming/fast-cut B.S.
Mathy Don (1 month ago)
Steve baulmer was still better than Melissa Mayer
Snack3rS7 (1 month ago)
By creating most hated product like Windows 10? Are you kidding me?
Praveen Kumar (1 month ago)
Lol!!! Steve Ballmer is responsible for the downfall of NOKIA , ever since NOKIA started using Windows on their phones, NOKIA lost it's Value in the market. Kudos Steve Ballmer 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Joshua Jung (1 month ago)
You just jealous that 90% of Indians can't afford Nokia phones
Microsoft is dead. It will die a tragic death. Windows will die, and the world will be a much better place.
ted mathiou (1 month ago)
Satya Nadella, where is the surface Phone?? Where is?? Nadella destroy the windows phones and mobile platform. I hate Nadella's strategy becose i hate IOS and Android mobile platform. Hey Microsoft, i want a new mobile device, i want a windows phone!!
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Frank R. Haugen (1 month ago)
As a developer, I am almost always at odds with Management, who for all intents and purposes is like Ballmer: Good at business, bad at the nitty gritty. Ballmer however, was a flexible CEO, and wasn't afraid to pivot and change to meet the needs of the end users, because he is a first class businessman, but unfortunately a second rate innovator, so Microsoft was always reactive
Akshay (1 month ago)
Rubbish, just biased information.
yellow Stone (1 month ago)
So you are selling dashlane.....you are fooling us.....stupid digital maketer....
Mr X (1 month ago)
U moron u r trying to lessen the Sathyas contribution...without sathyaa microsoft would have declined to worst....thnx to sathya....
MIRIYAM LAKSHMAN (1 month ago)
Satya 😍😍😍😍😍✨
vince sanchez (1 month ago)
I works thanks mate
sangha force (1 month ago)
Microsoft's exit from smartphone market is a very huge loss to tech world followed by blackberry and nokia leaving only two worse corporations where one is a money sucking company and other is still an amateur in the world of tech
Vaibhav Chitneni (1 month ago)
Steve Ballmer in 2007 said Apple had no chance of getting any significant share in the mobile phone market. Look what happened to him and look where Apple is now
Hakan Yucel (1 month ago)
Love yore video whit the voice of you!
Sourav Chakraborty (1 month ago)
Ya rebirth ofcourse, from user friendly windows 7 to cockroch 2d looking win 8 and 10...even simple media player looked much better in windows xp or 98....you know what, after windows 7 , computers are never personal, they start to update whenever they want regardless of the fact the owner may have limited access to data..and it can restart and update whenever it wants, in the middle of any important work, well its Microsoft's pc right and not yours.... You guys only hope there may not be any worthy competition, but just like android taking over the smartphone market from apple (like user friendly version of Microsoft overtook mac), you will perish from the market just in a couple of years...if you just minic the user-friendlyness and graphics of android on pc you will be saved, since you've lost your credibility.. I am from india, don't know what role mr.satya playing to the creative department, but its a shame the way windows is heading....
Basweshwar Thakkarwad (1 month ago)
*Developers Developers Developers Developers Developers Developers Developers*
Vedant Chaudhari (1 month ago)
Did anyone think of the vsauce theme song after reading the title? xD
Maple Maples (1 month ago)
Steve Balmer was good but blamed unnecessarily.
sakata gintoki (1 month ago)
so steve balmer wasn't that bad
KJ Sudarshan (1 month ago)
Very evident that you don’t want to give credit to an Asian guy. Microsoft has reputable back again and all thanks to Satya!
sandra sangam torne (1 month ago)
Better tie him and get married to him . See what he does in future , the world you shattered by not controlling population .
pewdiepieisillumanti (1 month ago)
ceo's decisions change the future of company
mark vaz (2 months ago)
tim cook seems Balmer of Apple....... they also need anyone else. Instead of Innovation apple has moved to 'bussiness management' Extract/Juice Apple Past innovations as much as possible without decreasing Price.........
Dex4Sure (1 month ago)
yeah and it will eventually start to hurt them financially. sadly the board of directors rarely reacts before financials start to suffer. until then these marketing clowns get away with their shitty management.
Ray Donalds (2 months ago)
Check out our lates article on MSFT @t
Jim Jimulis (2 months ago)
bring our Bill Gates back.....lol
vram1974 (2 months ago)
I wish windows would return to being a pure OS meant to be a platform for applications to be installed upon at the whims/control of the user. Now they're all about this "Windows as a service", garbage "agile" development process and using the OS as a means to sell apps.
Vikas Arsid (2 months ago)
I think you don't have to say things in favor of anybody you just have to put facts right.
Angelo Battaglia (2 months ago)
Satya nadella: the ceo.
qyahb (2 months ago)
Very soon we will have dominance of android desktop operating system, that's when you pronounce the death of windows, when the Indian brain become Microsoft's brain, that's where the downfall had began.....just look at that slum and shithole, it doesnt lie
deepankar pal (2 months ago)
This video is highly misleading and sometimes inaccurate
Bhuvanesh s.k (2 months ago)
Windows is shit... Seriously I mean Linux based OS are way way more powerful than any Microsoft OS ... I'm working in a HP Laptop with dual boot and I can see the difference and superiority of Linux in most of the ascept
Chandan Verma (2 months ago)
Satya means Truth,,,👌🏼
Niño Piamonte (2 months ago)
satya nutella
Sm WnL (2 months ago)
Windows 10, subscription based office suite, need I say anymore?
Rupak Tiwari (2 months ago)
John sculley and Steve ballmer are twins
Sunil yadav (2 months ago)
Satya is from India please tell this thing also but no worry everyone knows it🤣
Comic Sans (2 months ago)
Microsoft has become completely soulless under Nadella. Microsoft released Windows 10 under his leadership, the absolute worst version of Windows. I miss Ballmer, because we at least had Windows XP and 7 under his leadership. Xbox and Microsoft's gaming division was also at its best (until 2013, but that was at the end of Ballmer's run as CEO). Ballmer was far from perfect, but I would much rather have him steering the ship than Nadella.
CombatHD (2 months ago)
Apple: 512GB laptop with crappy gpu - $9999+ Microsoft: 1TB laptop with Nvidia GTX 1080 - $1299 🤔🤔
Ananthi Bala (2 months ago)
If Indians are so great and geniuses, why don't they start their own global company instead of being the CEO of and protecting other companies? It's just my doubt pls clear it
Ananthi Bala (1 month ago)
@Europa Man What do you mean by, "smoothest talkers" and what do you mean by, "H1Bs"?
Ananthi Bala (1 month ago)
So are you saying that Indians join these companies to live off of and show off about these companies and innovations?
Nick Stalburg (2 months ago)
Little do they know who we really want is Steve Ballmer as Cortana
Jagannath Sahoo (2 months ago)
Hey! Are you crazy? Go and check about stev balmar and Nadella then make video....
TIN HỌC ONLINE (2 months ago)
Microsoft ?
Saadat Esmaeily (2 months ago)
Great video. Microsoft new move is to battle google with cloning Chrome
Jai Jai (2 months ago)
Updating Windows 10..... and Fresh Start for Fresh Look LOL
KKnightHood (2 months ago)
Only if he had white skin.. This wouldn't have been an issue... Isn't it... Accept it... He did saved Microsoft... Or else.. Well your opinion doesn't matters.. He'll still be the most successful CEO that Microsoft will ever have...
LCook (1 month ago)
Omg Bill Gates is the most succesful CEO that Microsft ever have.
blant truth (2 months ago)
Steal credits of staya for you people on only white colour matters not brain
jhwheuer (2 months ago)
C’mon, the answer is straight forward. The technical genius building the ship left, the sales guy took over. Instead of efficiency and tech, making commissions was paramount. Now, a tech guy is back... sales folks are a necessary evil in most companies, because they don’t care about products and sustainability, only about sales figures.
Shadow JacK (2 months ago)
Still Windows 10 = Spyware (contains telemetries and blotwares)
adam shoe (2 months ago)
can you do bluetooth company ? it seems to be overlooked when it plays a major role in our lives
cucubau (2 months ago)
NSAsoft. Can someone please explain how Github purchase is not stealing peoples' ideas ?
ConquerJS (2 months ago)
Github doesn't own anybody's ideas, and that hasn't changed under MS
ranjit kumar (2 months ago)
but hurt white guy who do not want to acknowledge Satya Nadella major contribution in turn around of Microsoft......thats the summary of the video.....
Game Review (2 months ago)
Always steal credit from Indians .... good job
Aakansha Bhardwaj (1 month ago)
@Game Review u r soo true indians would have soo much money if the thieves like them didn't came here LOOTERS
Game Review (1 month ago)
@Dex4Sure dude india was much more developed when British arrived in india. Most of your maths and science discovered are just copied from our ancient texts which people took and never returned. If you think european where very smart then you are wrong.. even people say vasco da gama discovered india but for a fact it was an Indian business who met vasco da gama in South Africa and guided him the route to India you people were nothing your economies were crumpled. Ever read the books of your own true historians who had guts to speak truth. India had an university even centuries ago where students from different countries used to come to study. India had a share of more than 25% in world economy when British arrived and when they left it was refused to less than 3%. And you fools think that we were all illeterate people we had nothing .. Looters. Even Africa was better place don't worry karma will do it's part I hope brexit happens soon.
Dex4Sure (1 month ago)
steal credit? are you mentally stable? Europeans have evolved past tribal thinking long ago. Europeans don't collectively cheer about people like Bill Gates, Warren Buffet etc being successful and European. Mainly see 3rd world craphole people bragging collectively if some CEO is Indian or Turkish for instance. Never see Americans, Germans or British do that.
Mindgrinder (2 months ago)
Actually steve ballmer was the reason Microsoft's corporate business grew
Rehan Gulzar (2 months ago)
Micro soft products can be sold Internationally through E.commerce........means sites.....put the software on their domain .............sells product key ..........on Line............this will cut down cost to a great extent , ..Sales team costs.............warehousing cost...............Reduction in cost means ..increase in profit margins.................
deepwin999 (2 months ago)
you also seem to be skeptical
YS (2 months ago)
I still don't understand why XBOX One doesn't have any major exclusives.

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