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May 31, 2006 at 11:41 AM

Microsoft Office reorganized

Microsoft Office is getting more than just a new interface. The group’s leadership was reorganized today, filling the gap created by former Office boss Steven Sinofsky’s March move to lead Windows development.

Business division chief Jeff Raikes announced the changes this morning. Basically, Office is being divided into two groups, a productivity application group headed by Antoine Leblond, and an Office Business Platform group headed by Kurt DelBene that will own SharePoint, Groove and Project.

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