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Microsoft’s David Treadwell is reportedly leaving the company to join Amazon

Microsoft’s David Treadwell is reportedly leaving the software giant. According to the folks at GeekWire, Treadwell will be joining Amazon after 27 years at Microsoft. At Microsoft, Treadwell was leading the identity team since September 2015 — however, Microsoft’s Joy Chik will take over Treadwell’s position. In an email to his colleagues, Treadwell stated: “As sometimes happens
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