Video: Microsoft's Tracey Fellows

Video: Microsoft's Tracey Fellows

Summary: After the launch of Windows 7 last week, ZDNet.com.au spoke briefly with Microsoft Australia and New Zealand MD Tracey Fellows.

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TOPICS: Windows, Legal
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After the launch of Windows 7 last week, ZDNet.com.au spoke briefly with Microsoft Australia and New Zealand MD Tracey Fellows.

Fellows has been at Microsoft since 2003, when she started as a director in the software giant's server group. She has also held roles within Dell and IBM.

ZDNet.com.au asked Fellows about business customers on Windows 7, Microsoft's success in Telstra's T-suite, the discrepancy of Australian/US software pricing and the possibility of Microsoft seeing an Australian antitrust suit.

Centrelink said last week it intended to move its over 27,000 desktops onto the new operating system by next year. The NSW Department of Education and Training as well as the Queensland Department of Education and Training have also planned their own roll-outs.

Topics: Windows, Legal

Suzanne Tindal

About Suzanne Tindal

Suzanne Tindal cut her teeth at ZDNet.com.au as the site's telecommunications reporter, a role that saw her break some of the biggest stories associated with the National Broadband Network process. She then turned her attention to all matters in government and corporate ICT circles. Now she's taking on the whole gamut as news editor for the site.

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  • Good music?

    Suzanne looks like she's bopping along to her iPod during this interview
    anonymous
  • Good questions, but no answers

    It's a bit disappointing. Although Suzanne Tyndale did ask Tracey quite a few excellent questions (re Australian pricing, corporate deals etc) Tracey's answers were in the usual Microsoft style of "talk to the hand". Time and again she's avoided the questions and talks down to her audience. Hasn't Microsoft's marketing dept. learnt anything from Vista? Give us too much attitude and we can take our money elsewhere.
    anonymous