Sunday, June 12, 2011

IBM: 1100100 and counting | The Economist

Excerpts from an Economist IBM profile

The firm’s centenary is an occasion to reflect on many things digital, but one question stands out: why is IBM still alive and thriving after so long, in an industry characterised perhaps more than any other by innovation and change? This is not just of interest to business historians. As IBM enters its second century in good health, far younger IT giants, such as Cisco Systems, Intel, Microsoft and Nokia, are grappling with market shifts that threaten to make them much less relevant.



IBM: 1100100 and counting | The Economist

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