Tony Scott is the Corporate Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Microsoft. Tony and his team are responsible for security, infrastructure, messaging and business applications for all of Microsoft, including support of the product groups, the corporate business groups, and the global sales and marketing organization. Tony champions IT as a value-added business for Microsoft and works with all the company’s groups to identify opportunities, structure IT solutions and deliver measurable returns to the business. Tony is also the executive sponsor for Microsoft’s Operational Enterprise Risk Management efforts and supports the integration of management principles from the Quality & Business Excellence team, which drive continuous and breakthrough process improvements across the company.
Before joining Microsoft, Tony was the senior vice president and chief information officer for The Walt Disney Company, the chief technology officer, Information Systems and Services, at General Motors Corp. (GM), and the vice president of Information Services at Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. Tony also spent time at Marriott International Inc., Cadren Systems, Sun Microsystems Inc. and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Tony has a bachelor of science in information systems management from the University of San Francisco and also holds a juris doctorate with a concentration in intellectual property and international law from Santa Clara University.