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September 2, 2011 at 7:44 AM

Lee Nackman, former corporate VP of Directory, Access and Information Protection, leaves Microsoft

Nackman_web.jpgLee Nackman, who served as Microsoft’s corporate vice president of Directory, Access and Information Protection, has left the company.

“We can confirm that Lee Nackman has decided to leave Microsoft to pursue other opportunities. We thank him for his contributions over the past several years and wish him well,” Microsoft said in a statement. The statement did not say why Nackman left or what his plans are.

Nackman’s Microsoft executive bio has an editor’s note on it, dated Sept. 1, saying he left to pursue other interests.

Mary Jo Foley at ZDNet said she had wondered earlier this year if Nackman would be staying when a Microsoft internal reorganization memo revealed that he would be “looking for new opportunities.”

As corporate vice president of Directory, Access, and Information Protection, Nackman was responsible for delivering these technologies as part of Microsoft’s Online Services Deployment Platform. He joined Microsoft from IBM in 2009 as corporate vice president of the Identity and Security Division.

(Photo of Lee Nackman from Microsoft)

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