Earlier this year, the German auto giant BMW showed the car vision of the Internet, where Microsoft Digital Assistant Cortana was at the heart of the car visual experience. Today, the two companies announced the expansion of cooperation. BMW has used Microsoft Azure cloud technology, through the joint development of the "open mobile" ralph lauren pas cher, the platform for its BMW connection partners to provide support.
BMW's latest 5-series car was launched in December last year, the first time through Microsoft Exchange integration Office 365 services for those who have been in the work to rely on Office 365, and want to extend the service to the car users.
BMW today held its annual Innovation Day event in Chicago, where BMW announced the expansion of existing products and increased Skype for Business to make Skype meetings available on the car. Skype for Business will be built into BMW's iDrive system and will be available in France, Germany and the UK, and may be available in other markets.
Microsoft says it thinks cars are not just a car, but also a personal office on tires, helping people get productive and rejuvenate their lives. Microsoft and BMW partners to share this idea, and the company located in the future, the nature of its work more mobile.
BMW is not the only car manufacturer to work closely with Microsoft. In December, Volvo announced plans to push Skype for Business to Series 90.