Tami Reller, chief financial and marketing officer of the company's Windows Division, said that Windows 8.1 would be available on both PCs and tablets later this year. Speaking at the Computex show in Taipei on Wednesday, Reller reiterated that the ... Investors Business Daily, 1 week ago
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The Windows 8.1 update keeps getting better and better. Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows Division CMO Tami Reller said at Computex 2013 that the next update to Windows would bring Outlook 2013 RT to Windows RT tablets this year. The update will be ...Street Insider, 2 weeks ago
Microsoft Windows 8 has confused users and disappointed the PC industry. Windows Chief Marketing Officer Tami Reller all but admitted it last week. She also foreshadowed that help is on the way in Windows Blue. She confirmed that this Windows 8 ...CNET News, 1 month ago The one big fix that could save Windows 8 ZDNet, 1 month ago
By | More Articles In a company blog post, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT According to the blog post, Microsoft executive Tami Reller spoke at a JPMorgan tech conference today, saying that the update will be called Windows 8.1. The version was previously ...Motley Fool, 1 month ago Microsoft's CEO reportedly plans broad restructuring Local Tech Wire, 2 weeks ago
Is Microsoft's new mantra "ask and ye shall receive?" That's probably taking it too far, but Tami Reller, CFO and CMO of the company's Windows division, confirmed Tuesday morning that Windows Blue will be free for existing Windows 8 and Windows RT ...Information Week, 1 month ago
One of the big gripes about Windows 8 is the lack of apps. Last week, there were 60,000 apps in the store , Tami Reller, Microsoft 's chief marketing officer for Windows said in an interview. Today, she says there's 70,000 apps. That's a ...Business Insider, 1 month ago
Microsoft isn't ditching its ARM strategy and Windows RT operating system anytime soon, says Tami Reller, the chief of marketing for Windows, speaking at the JP Morgan Technology conference. There's been a lot of speculation that Microsoft might be ...Business Insider, 1 month ago No iTunes for Microsoft Windows 8 devices anytime soon CNET News, 1 month ago No iTunes for Windows 8 devices anytime soon CNET News, 1 month ago
Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)'s search for a new chief financial officer is pitting Tami Reller and Amy Hood -- the top finance executives at the company's two most profitable divisions -- against each other, two people with knowledge of the matter said.Bloomberg, 1 month ago Windows division CFO Tami Reller and Office division CFO Amy Hood are Microsoft's ([[MSFT -0.9%) top candidates to replace outgoing CFO Peter Klein, two sources tell Bloomberg. Online Services COO Rik van der Kooi is also said to be a candidate. One sou Seeking Alpha, 1 month ago Microsoft Appoints Amy Hood as New Chief Financial Officer International Business Times Australia, 1 month ago Microsoft names insider Amy Hood as CFO Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Tami Reller, Windows marketing and financial chief said "There is a learning curve (to Windows 8) and we can work to address that."
, file photo, Steven Sinofsky, then-president of the Microsoft Windows group, delivers his presentation at the launch of Microsoft Windows 8, in New York. On Tuesday, May 7, 2013, Microsoft announced it is preparing an update to Windows 8 for ...DAWN Group, 1 month ago
Today has been a big day for Microsoft as Microsoft CMO/CFO Tami Reller took to the company blog to announce that it "recently" sold its 100 millionth Windows 8 license since the OS launched in October. This comes as a rather happy announcement seeing how PC ...Digit, 1 month ago 100M Windows 8 licenses have been sold, says Windows division exec Tami Reller, who (in-line with reports from ZDNet and The Verge) suggests Windows 8.1 (Blue) will feature UI changes that will allow ease the OS' learning curve, but otherwise reaffirms Mi Seeking Alpha, 1 month ago
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