Company's server and tools boss talks with CNET News' Ina Fried about how the economic downturn is affecting his business.
In an interview, the head of Microsoft's server software unit talks about what businesses want--and don't want--from the cloud.
The software giant used to call open-source software a cancer, but now it plans to embed open-source into most of its products, according to executive Bob Muglia.
Microsoft server and tools boss Bob Muglia, who was named a divisional president on Monday, covers a wide range of topics in a December interview with CNET News.
Longtime Server and Tools unit head Bob Muglia is now president of the company's server unit.
On the CNET News Daily Debrief, Ina Fried chats with Bob Muglia, one of Microsoft's senior executives, about Windows Azure, and what's in store for the cloud and beyond.
As Microsoft's search for its next CEO continues, new rumors and reports abound.
Bob Muglia, whose planned departure from Microsoft was announced in January, plans to work for Jupiter Networks as an executive vice president.
Another run by Gates as CEO would not solve the software giant's problems.