"Our mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more," Nadella wrote in an email to his staff, Fortune reports.
The company's new focus is mobile and its future is in the cloud, as the CEO aims to put the company's productivity services on many different devices, Fortune added.
Separately, the tech giant plans to send augmented reality HoloLens glasses into orbit to help astronauts, CNBC.com reports.
The collaboration with NASA is called "Sidekick," which is meant to be a "virtual aid to astronauts working off the Earth, for the Earth," the space agency stated.
HoloLens projects holographic images onto the environment, allowing people to interact with them. NASA astronauts will use Microsoft-owned Skype via HoloLens so that the ground operators can help crew members by offering them real-time guidance, CNBC.com said.
Previously, astronauts simply had to rely on written and voice instructions to complete complex repair tasks, CNBC.com stated.
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