Apple has been at the forefront of the consumer technology market for years, but continues to lag behind competitor RIM when it comes to the enterprise market. Business and government buyers haven’t been actively pursued by Apple since Steve Jobs cut the business division in the mid-90’s, focusing solely on consumer electronics. The most profitable… Read more »
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Steve Jobs Feb. 24, 1955 – Oct 6, 2011 Entrepreneur, Reinventor, Stylist, Visionary I was on the exhibition floor of SharePoint 2011 yesterday when someone gave me the news about Jobs’ passing. My first reaction, you have to be kidding. Sure he was ill, but he’d bounced back before. How can he be gone, he’s… Read more »
As a child of the 1980s, my first computer was CoCo3 (Tandy’s Color Computer 3). That was followed by an Apple IIe. And later, a loud box-shaped Mac that graced my dorm room desk at Andover. The innovation in computing and in technology that followed in the years since I was wide-eyed high school student… Read more »
When TIME named the computer as the 1982 ”Machine of the Year”, it published a long profile of Steve Jobs as “the most famous maestro of the micro.” Ha! Great turn of the phrase, and that was long before he really moved out in pushing the envelope in micro electronics, consumer technology and human-focused design…. Read more »
You should: His speech is 14 minutes long.
Good afternoon! I hope y’all have enjoyed your Saturday so far. I participated in a neighborhood garage sale. I’m here to tell you that you can not GIVE away pre-flatscreen TVs. Well, not literally, when I put giant “FREE” signs on them they did disappeared …lol . Lots of tweets today, and very interesting ones… Read more »