In what was arguably Microsoft’s biggest reorg since Satya Nadella took the reins six years ago, the company announced in March 2018 that it would split Windows operations into two engineering units. Microsoft's intent was to better align itself with its high-growth business segments and what was once the Windows & Devices Group (WDG) – responsible for Windows development, Surface, and HoloLens – became Experiences & Devices (E&D) Group and the Azure Group...
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