Time is running short for those organizations that still rely on Windows XP, because Microsoft plans on ending support.
The controversial executive will step down within the next 12 months, according to Microsoft.
If Microsoft hoped that Windows 8 would spark a huge market for touch-screen laptops, it’s perhaps time to put those dreams on hold.
Is this the beginning of the end for Microsoft’s Windows RT experiment?
Despite Microsoft’s massive advertising campaigns, Windows on tablets continues to lag well behind Android and iOS.
VDI, remote disk-wipe, contextual application control, and automatic VPN launch are among key features.
Microsoft’s annual Form 10-K shows its much-publicized Surface tablets have earned a paltry $853 million so far.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer apparently suggested at an employee event that Windows and Surface sales are anemic.
Windows 8 faces multiple competitors, including old versions of Windows.
When Windows is thrown into the same market-share bucket as Android and iOS, its future battles suddenly look a whole lot harder.