The Exchange e-mail group is getting a new top dog with the departure of Mohsen Al-Ghosein as vice president of Exchange Server. Dave Thompson will step into that role.
Not the first time I've noticed an interesting sort of double-standard between how the market reacts to Microsoft and to IBM Lotus.  It's usually headline news if there is a management shift in Lotus, especially a short tenure.  Yet MS has had two major changes to the management structure of the Exchange team in the last six months -- Paul Flessner's change in responsibility, and this one -- yet it barely elicits a yawn from their customers.  The same as the end of mainstream support for Exchange 5.5 (and the bait and switch around it) didn't seem to bother anyone.  Why is that?
Link: CRN: Microsoft Exchange gets new boss >

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