November 15, 2012
Post-Sinofsky, Microsoft Must Stop the Secrecy
Gregg Keizer, Computerworld
The best move Microsoft could make after Steven Sinofsky’s departure is to ditch the culture of secrecy he brought to Windows, analysts said Wednesday.
“One thing that may be a benefit to Microsoft is to drop the belief that information non-disclosure is a critical component of development,” said Wes Miller, an analyst with Directions on Microsoft, a research firm that focuses on the Redmond, Wash. company’s moves.
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