Microsoft is hiring a new VP for mobile computing and services for the new version of its Windows and Windows Phone platforms.
The move comes as the company looks to shift its focus away from Windows PCs to more mobile devices.
Microsoft said Friday that Andrew Boulter will join the company’s Windows and Android teams.
The new hire is expected to be responsible for building out the company\’s mobile products, including Windows Phone, Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.
The Windows team is expected be responsible with the implementation of the new Universal Windows Platform (UWP), which Microsoft plans to release with Windows 10.
Microsoft has also started work on a new Windows 8.1-based tablet called the Surface Pro, but the tablet is still in the testing phase.
Microsoft is also working on a version of Windows 10 for mobile phones.
Microsoft has previously said it plans to introduce more mobile apps and services on its platforms in the coming years.
Boulter joins Microsoft from Nokia, where he was previously VP of Mobile Platforms and Devices.
In addition to Boulster, Microsoft also announced the hiring of former Microsoft VP of Operations, Andy Yegge, as an executive vice president of the Devices Group.
Yegge joined Microsoft in April as a senior vice president for the Devices and Devices Platform group, according to a company release.
Yegger was the VP of Microsoft\’s Windows and Devices Group from December 2017 to July 2018.