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First IBM, then Microsoft, now Google?

Posted on Friday, January 05 2007 @ 09:06:57 CET by

Skrentablog claims that in this "third age of computing" Google is the new big monopolist, following IBM (1950-1980) and Microsoft (1984-1998). Here's a short snip:
To paraphrase an old comment about IBM, made during its 30 year dominance of the enterprise mainframe market, Google is not your competition, Google is the environment. Online businesses which struggle against this new reality will pay opportunity costs both in online advertising revenue as well as product success.

Competitors such as Yahoo should quickly move to align themselves with this inevitability. Yahoo could add an extra $1.5B to their revenue overnight by conceding monetization to Google and becoming a distribution partner for Adwords, as Ask Jeeves did.
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