Microsoft has announced plans to automate all of its business processes by 2020, and the company is working with several companies to achieve that goal.
Microsoft also wants to have more than 10 million of its customers using the cloud by 2020.
In the coming years, Microsoft hopes to become the “first cloud-based business” in the world, which means that it is going to have to make a lot of money to maintain that position.
Here are some key trends to watch in 2020, from Microsoft:Automation tax: The automation tax, as it’s called, is a system that will allow Microsoft to collect revenue from all businesses that have a digital signature on their documents.
Microsoft has a contract with the US government to collect this revenue, and it has an option to turn that money into a grant to the government.
The grant can then be used to fund a variety of other projects.
Microsoft is in the process of building out a new tax structure to incentivize the use of cloud services, and that’s a big part of the reason that it’s planning to collect a lot more money from cloud providers in the future.
Microsoft is looking to get that tax revenue into a fund that it can use to fund more projects in the cloud.
Microsoft also announced a new cloud-to-offices partnership, whereby Microsoft will partner with several vendors that have offices in the US to build out an Office 2020 office solution.
These vendors will be able to build and run Office 2020 on their platforms.
The software will be hosted in the Microsoft Azure cloud.
The Microsoft Office 2019 solution will be free to use and will include a number of cloud features that Microsoft is working on, including the ability to create, manage and share document templates.
Microsoft will also be offering free Office 2020 support to customers of its Office 365 business and personal plans, which will allow customers to run Office 2019 on their PCs or Macs.
Microsoft has been working with some of the biggest names in the software industry to help customers adopt cloud-native solutions, including Microsoft and Oracle.
Microsoft was also quick to announce its partnership with Amazon Web Services.
Amazon is also in the business of helping companies create cloud-friendly solutions.
Microsoft hopes that by the end of 2020, it will have more employees using cloud-powered services than it does in 2020.
The company is also building out Office 2019 to allow its customers to be in control of their data and productivity.
It is also partnering with Google to help users share their work online, and Google has announced it will offer cloud-centric collaboration tools.
Microsoft’s Cloud Transformation Team is working to build a new business-class business to be the “world’s most secure and productive cloud.”
The company will be developing tools to help businesses build their own cloud-enabled systems and to help them connect to the Microsoft cloud for their own data and services.
Microsoft announced plans earlier this year to create a cloud-focused enterprise solution for businesses that use Microsoft Azure.
The Azure cloud is designed to help companies run business-to, business-from-home applications.
The cloud is being built by the Microsoft Business Intelligence division, and Microsoft is offering an Azure-based service called Azure IoT that will make it easier for customers to share their IoT applications with others.
Microsoft expects that its cloud business to continue to grow and evolve as it goes into the next few years.
In 2021, the company expects to add a third-party cloud solution for its Office 2020 solutions.