November 16, 2012

What Will Tomorrow's Microsoft Look Like?

Simon Bisson, ZDNet


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It's all change at Redmond, with Julie Larson-Green taking over as Windows chief from Steven Sinofsky. But the underlying shifts at Microsoft run far deeper and will have a profound impact on the next decade of Windows.

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