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Mr. Stephen Elop

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Employment History


  • bachelor's degree , computer engineering and management
  • Honorary Doctor of Science Degree
  • McMaster University
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Scott Guthrie became head of cloud ..., 17 Dec 2014 [cached]
Scott Guthrie became head of cloud and enterprise business, Stephen Elop (the former head of Nokia, which Microsoft bought) was put in charge of devices and Phil Spencer was put in charge of Xbox.
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Stephen Elop (Until September 3, 2013)
Wharton Business Technology Conference 2009 | Keynotes, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
Keynotes | Stephen Elop | Ahmed Mahmoud | Clay Van Doren | Keynotes | Keynote Address by Stephen Elop | Keynote Address by Ahmed Mahmoud | Closing Keynote Address by Clay Van Doren
Keynotes | Stephen Elop | Ahmed Mahmoud | Clay Van Doren | Keynotes | Keynote Address by Stephen Elop | Keynote Address by Ahmed Mahmoud | Closing Keynote Address by Clay Van Doren
Stephen Elop
Stephen Elop
President, Business Division, Microsoft
As president of the Microsoft Business Division, Stephen Elop oversees the Information Worker, Microsoft Business Solutions and Unified Communications Groups. This division is responsible for the Microsoft Office system of programs, servers and software-based services, Microsoft Dynamics, business applications for small and midsize businesses, large organizations and divisions of global enterprises and Microsoft's Unified Communications, products that provide complete software-based communications tools to business.
Elop joined Microsoft in January, 2008 and is a member of the company's senior leadership team that sets overall strategy and direction for Microsoft.
Before joining Microsoft, Elop was Chief Operating Officer for Juniper Networks, a leading provider of high-performance network infrastructure and a valued Microsoft partner. As COO, Elop was responsible for all the company's product groups, corporate development, global sales and service and marketing and manufacturing organizations.
Prior to Juniper, Elop served as president of worldwide field operations at Adobe Systems Inc., where he was responsible for Adobe's global sales organization and all customer-facing functions. Elop joined Adobe following the 2005 acquisition of Macromedia Inc., where he was president and CEO. During his seven-year tenure at Macromedia, Elop held many senior positions, including COO, executive vice president of worldwide field operations and general manager of the company's eBusiness division. Earlier in his career, he served in a number of executive positions, including chief information officer.
Elop earned a bachelor's degree in computer engineering and management from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
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Stephen Elop
Executive Vice President, Microsoft Devices Group
When Stephen Elop said that the ..., 31 Oct 2014 [cached]
When Stephen Elop said that the smartphone market is "now a three-horse race" he cast Nokia and Microsoft in unfamiliar roles. It was a loaded observation because, implicit in his statement (and explicit in that now famous memo), was the admission that Apple and Google, and the ecosystems they have built around their device platforms, have become the smartphone establishment. Nokia and Microsoft, so used to their status as steadfast incumbents, now find themselves positioned effectively as newcomers, seeking to disrupt the status quo.
Tags; Microsoft, Nokia, Windows Phone, Android, Apple, Content & Applications, Handsets & Devices, iPhone, Nokia, Opinion
Nokia pledges smartphone future to Windows Stephen Elop and Steve Ballmer at the announcement of the Nokia-Microsoft tie-up
The news comes in a week when speculation over Nokia's strategy was driven to fever pitch after a leaked memo from CEO and former Microsoft executive Stephen Elop revealed the depth of the crisis facing the Finnish firm.
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