In other Microsoft-related job changes, Microsoft has been updating its bio page to reflect a number of new titles for its execs. (It's worth noting that Microsoft's bio page updates almost always happen weeks, if not months, after actual job/title changes occur.)
Scott Guthrie's page now acknowledges his new role as Corporate Vice President in the Server and Tools business, working on Azure. Here's the back story on Guthrie's new job.
Allison Watson's title has changed from Corporate Vice President of the Business & Marketing Organization in the U.S. to Corporate Vice President of U.S. Marketing and Operations. In her new job, according to her bio, she "is responsible for all marketing activities for Microsoft's products, including Microsoft's commercial cloud offerings."
Kirill Tartarinov's Presidency is now acknowledged on his bio page. He runs the Microsoft Business Solutions Division (responsible for ERP, CRM and Health Solutions).
Dan Reed is no longer head of Microsoft's eXtreme Computing Group; his new title is Corporate Vice President of the Technology Policy Group.
Bob Kelly's new title is head of Windows Azure Marketing. He was formerly Corporate VP in charge of Server and Cloud Platform Marketing. According to a Microsoft spokesperson, Kelly "is taking on the role of driving Windows Azure Marketing and Robert Wahbe is serving as the acting leader of Windows Server and Management Marketing, in addition to his role as leader of Server and Tools Marketing, while we identify a new leader for Windows Server and Management Marketing."