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Muglia’s e-mail to the Microsoft troops

January 11, 2011 No Comments

We’ve seen Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s January 10 e-mail to the troops about Server and Tools Business (STB) Unit President Bob Muglia’s unexpected departure from the company. But we haven’t heard from Muglia — until now.

This is a copy of the e-mail Muglia sent to STB employees today about his pending departure this summer. I don’t read much between the lines. I’ve seen some questioning whether Muglia was “all in” with Microsoft’s transition to the cloud. Muglia addressed that issue directly in his missive, saying he “deeply enjoyed my role in positioning Microsoft as a leader and innovator in cloud computing.”

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