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12/26/2013
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Microsoft In 2013: 7 Lessons Learned

If a key to success is learning from your mistakes, Microsoft should be well positioned for 2014.
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virsingh211
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12/30/2013 | 3:48:05 AM
Re: Microsoft suffering from Apple envy?
I don't want to compare Apple and MS, Apple is doing good in iPad and iPhone infact i agree transition is on the way which will continue iPad growth but MS is not only about phones and tablets they do have other wings as well. I agree they have been going through tough times but with the same they are also doing good in the cloud, I am eagerly waiting for Alan Mulally to take over at Microsoft.
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12/30/2013 | 8:36:30 AM
MSFT
Lesson microsoft should have learned: Dont loose you core competency by resturcturing yourself, dont go mobile if you dont have a strategy, dont work without a CEO

 

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