Microsoft continues the search for a new CEO, with pundits claiming that Stephen Elop, the former Nokia boss who joined the company quite recently, is now in pole-position for the role.
Analysts believe that the name of Ballmer's successor isn't so important as long as he reiterates the reorganization that the outgoing CEO
started a couple of months ago.
Analyst Heather Bellini believes that Microsoft must focus on all its businesses
, including enterprise and consumer, as the tech giant needs to boost its share in both sides of the market. She doesn't rule out, however, the possibility of more drastic measures at Microsoft.