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Microsoft taps IBM exec for post

Microsoft has named Mike Sinneck vice president of worldwide services. Sinneck, who formerly served as vice president for business operations at IBM Global Services, will be in charge of developing Microsoft's integrated consulting services and product support. Worldwide services, a relatively new group at Microsoft, was started in April to combine the consulting and product-support arms of the company. Sinneck succeeds Robert McDowell, who will remain a vice president and provide continued support to Microsoft's enterprise sales effort.

Microsoft has named Mike Sinneck vice president of worldwide services. Sinneck, who formerly served as vice president for business operations at IBM Global Services, will be in charge of developing Microsoft's integrated consulting services and product support.

Worldwide services, a relatively new group at Microsoft, was started in April to combine the consulting and product-support arms of the company. Sinneck succeeds Robert McDowell, who will remain a vice president and provide continued support to Microsoft's enterprise sales effort.