"I don't see anything from Microsoft in 2014 to radically change its market position, and they are losing options on what they can do," Moorhead said. "Build still gets developers who have an incredible respect for Microsoft in the data center and unified communications, but for mobile developers, Microsoft has to prove the case that they are in fact a platform [that developers and users] can be on. They have to tell the story to say why they'll reach 20% to 30% market share in the next five years."m.
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