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May 30, 2013 at 12:32 PM

Microsoft appoints Dave Campbell CTO of Server & Tools division

Dave Campbell

Dave Campbell, CTO of Microsoft’s Server & Tools division (Photo from Microsoft)

Microsoft has appointed Dave Campbell, a Microsoft Fellow leading the development of SQL Server, as the new chief technology officer for its Server and Tools division, the company said this morning.

The company declined to say what Campbell’s responsbilities will be in this new role.

Former SAP exeuctive¬† T.K. (Ranga) Rengarajan takes over Campbell’s former role as corporate vice president of development for the data platform group, according to Microsoft.

 

 

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