What Redmond needs to do in the new year to build on the momentum of the raft of 2012 product releases.
2012 is behind us, and it was a monumental year in terms of Microsoft product releases. That likely means 2013 will be a bit of a breather year for Redmond, at least in terms of creating new products.
It hardly means Microsoft can rest, however. Here are the major things I'd recommend the company do, both with some of its new offerings and internally:
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