Microsoft server division realigns

Microsoft server and tools honcho Bob Muglia has a new boss as the company restacks the deck.

Microsoft's ever restless executive team is preparing for yet another reorganization and this time it's the server...

division doing the reshuffling.

According to an email sent by Microsoft to its employees, Bob Muglia, a senior vice president of the server and tools division at Microsoft, will now report to Jeff Raikes, president of Microsoft's business division. Raikes' group oversees office and software-bases services.

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The developer and platform evangelism team led by Sanjay Parthasarathy, a corporate vice president, now reports to Muglia, too, under the server and tools business division.

Last year the company had several major restructurings. Just to cite a few: In January, it said it would merge its Exchange team and the Real-Time Collaboration Group into its then newly created Unified Communications Group. In March of last year, the company had a broad restructuring of its platforms and services division. And in June, Bill Gates said he would soon retire, which led to another realignment of executives.

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