Mike Nash leaves Microsoft

Nash is another longtime Microsoft veteran to leave Microsoft after the launch of Windows 7. Microsoft didn't say where Nash is heading, but did say that Nash made an impact in a number of key roles in the company

Nash has been at Microsoft since 1991 and has worked on Microsoft’s security initiatives and Windows marketing

Corporate vice president of Windows Platform Strategy, Mike Nash, is leaving the company.

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