Posted 11/08/2013 at 8:13 PM
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The Microsoft Corporation’s possible candidate to replace Steve Ballmer, Stephen Elop (ex CEO of Nokia), wants to be a forward thinking individual rather than a traditional one.
Breaking with tradition, Elop will focus on popular Office software programs like Excel, Word, and PowerPoint being available on a wide array of smart devices.
There is software that Apple Incorporated (AAPL) and Google make, also, that Elop wants to include.
Elop’s eagle eye on the top slot:
The 49-year-old Elop additionally would most likely move away from Microsoft’s current position of using the aforementioned programs as a way of bringing around demand for the company’s Windows operating system on PCs and mobile phones and tablets.