Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon are the four titans of tech. Each attempting to reign supreme as today’s most innovative and influential technology firm.
“It’s the biggest, most intense battle in tech history,” said Ted Morgan, chief executive of Skyhook Wireless, a firm that provides location-based technology for mobile devices. “It’s so much bigger than even the Microsoft, Apple, IBM battles of the 1990s.”
Here is how the four Titans stack up against each other:
Makes money selling ads that appear alongside its search results. Developed the Android software to run on phones built by others, including Motorola,
“Mr. Jobs showed that the real path to excellence was excellence — that you could do great things by being smart, having excellent taste, and not ever settling for second best.” ~ Perry Metzger, on his Google+
Technology is ever changing. There are two options for those in the workplace:
Learn the new trend Start becoming obsolete.
It’s important to give value to upcoming technology. Not everything is going to work, but just because it’s new does not mean it’s going to fail and even though it’s being embraced by youth does not mean it’s not applicable to all ages. The Youth will be the next workforce and what they learn now will be the future of business to come. Older generations value face to face meetings, younger generations value the ease of an email