Foley on Microsoft
It's December, and that means one thing for us pundits: It's time for our annual look-back and look-ahead columns. This year, I'm trying a slightly different tack.
I'm combining both perspectives into a single list of things that happened in 2010 that are likely to have a big impact on Microsoft, its partners and its customers in 2011.
This list is not ranked in order of importance. But all of these developments are going to impact Microsoft products and strategies in the coming year, in my opinion.
Microsoft: Our Strategy with Silverlight Has Shifted
What Microsoft Isn't Saying About Its iPad Compete Strategy
Microsoft Is Supposedly Working on an App Store, Too
A Billion to Launch Windows Phone 7? I Bet Microsoft's Paying a Lot More
About the Author
Mary Jo Foley is editor of the ZDNet "All About Microsoft" blog and has been covering Microsoft for about two decades. She's the author of "Microsoft 2.0" (John Wiley & Sons, 2008), which examines what's next for Microsoft in the post-Gates era.
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