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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Nov 9, 2012 3:05 PM Flag

    MICROSOFT WIN8 IS DISASTER : GAME OVER FOR MICROSOFT IN AND PHONES AND TTABLETS

    Mobile devices, operating systems, attention and apps are exploding in a way that is unlike anything the computing world has ever seen. In the consumer world, these trends are already wreaking havoc. But what does the meteoric rise of mobile mean for the enterprise world? It can be summarized in one word: Deconstruction. Enterprise systems have evolved over the course of decades. One can only imagine the complexity of some of the older enterprise systems. With less real estate and often less bandwidth to work with, mobile tends not to reward feature complexity. Meaning, systems that were once defined (and valued) by their features and complexity, will soon need to become the opposite; suites of lightweight, mobile first apps that work together to accomplish the task at hand. So perhaps the only question that remains is this: Who will be the Deconstructors?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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