Microsoft has been at the forefront of technology for more than 30 years, but its teams have always been an odd duck.
Now it appears they’re at the center of a controversy.
The Washington Post’s Matt Zapotosky, who is reporting the story, said in an email to BuzzFeed News that the top teams at Microsoft are not only in charge of products like the Xbox, but they also run the Windows team.
Zapotoski said Microsoft is the largest and most influential company in the world, and its teams are often among the most influential.
The Washington Times has reported on the controversy, and a Microsoft spokesperson told the Times that the company did not comment on specific reports.
The top teams in Microsoft’s enterprise teams are called “Azure” and are “large, highly skilled, highly motivated individuals.”
The top Microsoft teams include the Windows, Azure, and Office teams.
In addition to the Windows teams, Microsoft has also had the Microsoft Enterprise team for the past five years.
Microsoft also has an Azure and Microsoft Teams team.
Microsoft’s Office teams, according the Washington Times, “have been underrepresented at the top of the corporate ladder for years and have been largely left out of the top 10 of the world’s biggest organizations, including the U.S. Treasury, Bank of America, Walmart, Nike, and Disney.”
The Microsoft Teams are, as Zapotosk wrote in his story, “an odd duck.”
The WashingtonTimes.com contacted Microsoft for comment and will update the story if we receive a response.