In one of a number of management moves at Microsoft recently, Chris Jones has a new title: Corporate Vice President, Windows Live Experience Program Management. Jones has most recently been responsible for engineering deliverables for the Windows Vista client, and will retain those duties until Vista is released.
As corporate vice president of Windows Live Experience Program Management at Microsoft, Chris Jones leads program management, planning, design, usability, user assistance and business development for Windows Live Experience. Jones drives the vision and planning process and is accountable for the ongoing direction of Windows Live Services. Until the release of Microsoft Windows Vista, Jones also continues to be responsible for the Windows Client deliverables to Windows Vista.