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z11.exe

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z11.exe. What is it?


This file is part of z11.exe. Z11.exe is usually located in the %SYSTEM% folder and its usual size is 29,184 bytes.


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The z11.exe process is safe, and you can safely disable it.


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Security risk: Free spyware & virus scanRegistry Errors: Free scan (run Registry Cleaner)Uninstallation: N/A Uninstall (run Unistall Manager)Disk & Memory Usage: N/A Free scan (run Task Manager)

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Part Of: z11.exeCommon path(s): %SYSTEM%Filesize(s): 29,184 bytes, 29,696 bytes




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by Alex on Jul 22, 2012 at 11:11 PM

If Ballmer had a bit of honest self crtciiism in his body he would have left long ago. If the BOD wouldn't be hijacked by the notion of a "family business" in which Ballmer is the son, he would have been fired long ago. That graph on fake steve post comparing the market value of apple, google and ms in the last ten years is simply indisputable.But the real question is to what extent is Ballmer solely responsible? I personally think MS has a cultural problem that goes way beyond Ballmer. I've been over 10 years in this company in many roles and products and I still haven't found a team with the clarity and focus to deliver competitive and innovative value on time. Many teams manage to deliver on time, but only very few (none if you take acquisitions out) actually bring innovation to the market place. Most just follow, matching competition features and value prop or in the best case, marginally improving. It takes a few months for the competition to tip back the scale. The me too strategy after apple is painful to watch, at every level, OS features, distribution models (apps store, physical stores) mobile phones, music.....Someone with a brain in the BOD has to wonder, what is the ROI of the multi billion annual research budget? Why companies like apple and google can completely outsmart MS in innovation with research budgets several orders of magnitude less? I think all this goes beyond Ballmer, but there is not objective doubt possible, that Ballmer has probably been the worst CEO in corporate history.

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