The Microsoft Reorg is official. CEO Steve Ballmer's memo was roughly 2,700 words and filled with lofty statements about cloud computing, devices, services, Windows 8, Office 365 and more. But what does it all mean for Microsoft's (MSFT) channel partners and customers? Here are 10 key takeaways.
The Microsoft Reorg is official. CEO Steve Ballmer's memo was roughly 2,700 words and filled with lofty statements about agility, collaboration, innovation, cloud computing, devices, services, Windows 8, Office 365 and more. But what does it all mean for Microsoft's (MSFT) customers? Here are 10 key takeaways.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer wrote a 2,700 word reorganization memo. He didn't mention the term "channel partners." Is that an innocent error or a major mistake days after Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2013 (WPC13)?
Surface Pro and Surface RT are not gunning to be the industry’s dominant tablets, according to Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) CEO Steve Ballmer. Those comments have drawn fire from some critics. But can’t anyone read between the lines anymore?
Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) might be planning to sell its Surface for Windows RT tablet for $199, a staggeringly low price to potentially counter Google Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire tablets. Is Microsoft ready to make some Surface tablets loss leaders, figuring to make up the shortfall on application and media sales, according to a published report?
Microsoft (MSFT) overestimated how many Surface RT tablets it could sell and its sales numbers for the device aren’t close to what the vendor wants, according to reports about remarks chief executive Steve Ballmer and chief operating officer Kevin Turner made in an internal town hall meeting last week.