The Road to Dynamic IT
Muglia emphasized that Dynamic IT will serve as the framework for Microsoft’s development efforts in the coming years, and that new and soon-to-be-released products have been created with Dynamic IT in mind. He encouraged companies eager to become “dynamic” to start evaluating the needs of their business over the next 12 to 18 months using Microsoft Optimization models.
ORLANDO, Fla. — June 4, 2007 — When Bob Muglia, senior vice president of the Server and Tools Business at Microsoft, took the stage to keynote Tech•Ed 2006 in Boston, he detailed a set of four customer promises from Microsoft to IT pros and development teams. The promises represented Microsoft’s long-term commitments to meet those customers’ critical needs to build an infrastructure for the people-ready business.
This year at Tech•Ed 2007, Muglia took Microsoft’s commitment another step further, introducing the company’s comprehensive strategy for Dynamic IT for the People-Ready Business (Dynamic IT). Building on the company’s Dynamic System Initiative and ongoing Application Platform efforts, Dynamic IT is Microsoft’s long-term strategy to provide customers with critical technologies to enable IT and development organizations to become more strategic to the business.
“Our customer promises reflect the most important things we have heard from customers about their top priorities as they look to make IT a strategic asset for their businesses,” Muglia said. “Dynamic IT is our long-term technical approach to help customers ultimately realize those promises.”