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Stephen Elop To Take Over Xbox Division At Microsoft

Stephen Elop To Take Over Xbox Division At Microsoft

By Zach Walton February 25, 2014

When rumors of Microsoft’s next CEO began to circulate, Stephen Elop was said to be on the shortlist of candidates. It was reported that his leadership would lead to Microsoft getting rid of numerous businesses that weren’t core to its …

Microsoft Details Its Nokia Purchase Microsoft Details Its Nokia Purchase

By now, it’s no secret that Microsoft is purchasing Nokia’s Devices and Services business. With the purchase, Microsoft will integrate Nokia’s hardware business into its own to help push Windows Phone 8 forward. The market isn’t being too kind on …

Microsoft Is Getting A Lot Of Nokia Talent Microsoft Is Getting A Lot Of Nokia Talent
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Early this morning, Microsoft announced its intention to purchase Nokia’s Devices and Services business for $5 billion. It also paid $2.18 billion to license Nokia’s patents. It’s a deal that many are surprised didn’t come sooner, but Microsoft may have …

Microsoft Buys Nokia's Phones Unit, Brings Elop Back Microsoft Buys Nokia's Phones Unit, Brings Elop Back

Microsoft and Nokia announced that the former will acquire the latter’s devices and services business for 3.79 billion Euros ($5 billion), and will pay 1.65 billion Euros ($2.18 billion) to license Nokia’s patents, bringing the total transaction price to 5.44 …

Microsoft Reportedly Paying Billions for Nokia Deal
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Nokia dominated the tech headlines last week, when it unveiled a new strategic partnership with Microsoft to bring Windows-based smartphones to the market. CEO Stephen Elop said that there was now a "third horse" in the race. 

Microsoft Exec On Cloud Computing: “We’re All In”
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Expect to see a lot more headlines with the words "Microsoft" and "cloud" both in them over the coming years.  Stephen Elop, President of the Microsoft Business Division, indicated today that his company is very, very interested in virtualization technology.

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Microsoft has announced it is expanding its online versions of some of its Office applications globally through a platform called Business Productivity Online Suite.

The Business Productivity Online Suite includes Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Office Live Meeting and Office Communication Online. Customers will be able to select which services they want to use.

Microsoft

Microsoft has announced it is expanding its online versions of some of its Office applications globally through a platform called Business Productivity Online Suite.

The Business Productivity Online Suite includes Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Office Live Meeting and Office Communication Online. Customers will be able to select which services they want to use.

Microsoft

Microsoft has announced it is expanding its online versions of some of its Office applications globally through a platform called Business Productivity Online Suite.

The Business Productivity Online Suite includes Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Office Live Meeting and Office Communication Online. Customers will be able to select which services they want to use.

Microsoft

Microsoft has announced it is expanding its online versions of some of its Office applications globally through a platform called Business Productivity Online Suite.

The Business Productivity Online Suite includes Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Office Live Meeting and Office Communication Online. Customers will be able to select which services they want to use.