Sunday, June 29, 2008

Microsoft after Gates | After Bill | Economist.com

From a more extensive Microsoft snapshot in this week's Economist; see the full article for more analysis

If Microsoft has made one excellent hire in recent years, it is Mr Ozzie. Although he is unlikely to become a public figure in the mould of Mr Gates, he is more in tune with a style of computing in which everything is connected. He understands that a take-no-prisoners attitude will get you only so far. Mr Ozzie is also level-headed, hands-on and a brilliant technologist. He himself wrote much of Lotus Notes, an early collaborative program, and came to Microsoft when it bought his latest start-up, Groove Networks, in 2005.

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Microsoft after Gates | After Bill | Economist.com

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