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VMware taps ex-Microsoft execs to battle Microsoft

Jon Brodkin | Feb. 2, 2011
VMware's Paul Maritz has given up his title of president to four senior executives who will serve as co-presidents of the EMC-owned company. With Maritz - himself a former Windows executive - continuing to hold the CEO title, three of the top five executives at VMware are now ex-Microsoft officials.

"After completing an outstanding year in 2010, and with the need to drive even greater focus across the three layers of VMware's strategy, key leaders are stepping up to make further contributions," VMware stated. "These organizational changes are in response to the tremendous opportunities before us to help our customers navigate the journey to Cloud Computing."

 

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