The future of one of Microsoft’s top executives is in limbo as the company continues to shuffle its engineering teams, following a major reorganization in March.
According to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, Kudo Tsunoda, corporate vice president focused on Microsoft’s mixed reality and 3D initiatives, is leaving his current post but is still with the company and looking for a new role. At the time of the reorg, Microsoft said Tsunoda would continue his role as head of the New Experiences and Technology Team team will be disbanded.
Foley reports that a couple of teams focused on Windows mobile device management and Microsoft’s Edge browser will be moving from the newly formed Cloud + AI organization under Scott Guthrie to Experiences & Devices, led by Microsoft Office head Rajesh Jha.
We’ve reached out to Microsoft for more details on the moves and will update this post if we hear back.
Microsoft’s March reorganization saw the company double down on cloud computing, the “intelligent edge” and artificial intelligence, reducing somewhat the role of the flagship Windows operating system. Windows is, however, still an important piece of Microsoft plans as one of the legs of the tripod that is Microsoft 365, a combination of Windows 10, Office 365 and the Enterprise Security + Mobility suite that is a big focus for the company going forward.