Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) under newly minted CEO Satya Nadella seems to be making all the right moves in its bid to reshape its business around mobile and cloud services.
This should have its investors jumping for joy, as Microsoft was in was facing the possibility that it might largely miss out on the mobile revolution unless it made a serious overhaul to prior management's strategic vision.
Microsoft on the move
All that appears to have changed at Microsoft under Nadella's new guidance.
For starter's, Microsoft has made a series of key management moves, aimed at optimally aligning Microsoft's executives ranks in the weeks since Nadella took the helm at Microsoft. Microsoft has also been quick to launch revamped mobile versions of some of its most important software on other third party mobile platforms like Apple's iPad.
And in yet another set of management changes, Nadella recently moved two more key Microsoft executives into new roles, both of which involve key business lines for the software powerhouse.
So what do these newest moves mean for Microsoft investors?
In the video below, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner breaks down Microsoft's recent management moves and what they mean for investors.
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