Ex-Lotus VP to Head .NET Server Marketing

Former head of Lotus Notes marketing to lead marketing efforts for Windows 2000 Server family.

ENT Magazine reports that Microsoft Corp. has hired former vice president of Lotus Notes marketing, Cliff Reeves, to lead the company's marketing efforts for the Windows 2000 Server family. Web reporter Isaac Slepner writes that Reeves helped to manage the integration of Lotus into IBM's product offerings and helped IBM raise Notes sales to 60 million licenses in four years.

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