TECH NEWS: Microsoft intends to conduct a comprehensive restructuring

Monday, June 3, 2013

Microsoft intends to conduct a comprehensive restructuring

Microsoft intends to conduct a comprehensive restructuring



steve ballmer thumb Microsoft intends to conduct a comprehensive restructuring
Citing sources close to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is preparing to make the process of restructuring in the company will lead to the transfer of some executives to important new positions.
The source pointed out that these changes, which will focus on the consolidation of Microsoft's position as a devices and services, which wrote about Palmer in the annual speech directed to shareholders in October last year, and these changes will continue to have obtained a fundamental change as well.
And more specifically about the new important positions sources reported that the number of executives will receive additional new functions, including Satya Nadella, head of servers and tools, Tony Bates, head of the communication, Skype, and Don Mattrick, head of interactive entertainment.
But it is not yet clear what additional tasks entrusted to them or to other senior executives at the company level.
Microsoft wants these changes to re-ask itself as a hardware company, not just services company, and will confirm the orientation on Dual individuals and corporate clients, and simplify the management of the company.
It was Steve Ballmer wrote in his speech that this major shift in the company in terms of activities and how Microsoft sees itself as a services and devices. This will have its effect on the way the company's management and the development of new expertise and innovation and devices placed on the market for consumers and business.
And suggested analyst Rick Sherlund observer of Microsoft Corporation since its launch on the stock exchange on the company that sells the Gaza Bing search engine in addition to the entertainment industry and gaming Xbox so as to compensate the company's shareholders returns for good, whilst another analyst that Microsoft may be the largest cloud computing in the world.
It is noteworthy that Microsoft may share price rose 31% during the past six months.