28 January 2013
Microsoft corporate vice president Ted Kummert is to leave the company, with his last day being on 31 January, according to a report from Mary Jo Foley at ZDnet.
Kummert looked after the Data Platform Group at Microsoft, which is part of the Server and Tools business.
According to Foley’s spokesperson at Microsoft: “Kummert's direct reports are going to be reporting to the head of Server and Tools, President Satya Nadella. That means Quentin Clark, the corporate vice president of Program Management; Dave Campbell, the corporate vice president of Development; and Jason Wilcox, the corporate vice president in charge of test are now all reporting to Nadella.”
Kummert headlined the SQL Pass Summit 2012 conference in November.
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