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The 100 Most Disruptive Companies to Watch In 2021


Disruptive technology is the technology that affects the normal operation of a market or an industry. Digital disruption entails established companies and start-ups alike enlisting new technologies in the fight to dislodge incumbents, protect entrenched positions, or to re-invent entire industries and business activities. And to remain disruptive in the market, it is really important to keep innovating. This is crucial because, innovations occur now and then in every industry, however, to be truly disruptive, and innovation must entirely transform a product or solution that historically was so complicated only a few could access it. On a minimum level, digital transformation enables an organization to address the needs of its customers more simply and directly. But through disruptive innovation, companies can offer a far better way to users of doing things that current incumbents simply cannot compete with. Artificial intelligence (AI), E-Commerce, cloud, social networking, Internet of Things, 5G, blockchain and other emerging technologies are being leveraged to blur the lines between industries, creating new business models and converging sectors. A company that disrupts its market is in a great position to take advantage of new opportunities. Sometimes offering something different can change the whole market for the better. Most of the top disruptive companies get this label by offering highly innovative products and services and here are 100 such top disruptive companies listed below. The company provides innovative, managed cloud services to help its customers succeed. With best-in-class service and technology, 403Tech protects companies against cybercrimes while enabling greater efficiency and productivity. Some of its popular services include desktop support, server support, wired and wireless networking, virus removal, data recovery, and backup and hosted cloud services. Aegeus Technologies aims to design and develop robotic technologies and solutions.

The Top 100 Software Companies of 2021


The Software Report is pleased to announce The Top 100 Software Companies of 2021. This year's awardee list is comprised of a wide range of companies from the most well-known such as Microsoft, Adobe, and Salesforce to the relatively newer but rapidly growing - Qualtrics, Atlassian, and Asana. A good number of awardees may be new names to some but that should be no surprise given software has always been an industry of startups that seemingly came out of nowhere to create and dominate a new space. Software has become the backbone of our economy. From large enterprises to small businesses, most all rely on software whether for accounting, marketing, sales, supply chain, or a myriad of other functions. Software has become the dominant industry of our time and as such, we place a significance on highlighting the best companies leading the industry forward. The following awardees were nominated and selected based on a thorough evaluation process. Among the key criteria considered were ...

100 Best Pluralsight Free Courses and Certification 2020


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Microsoft Teardown


We dive into the strategies Microsoft is pursuing across cloud, enterprise IT, AI, gaming, and more to see how the company is positioning itself for the future. As the world's most valuable company, and with a current market cap hovering around $780B, Microsoft may be the next company to reach the $1T threshold. While it may not grab as many headlines as its buzzier tech giant counterparts, the company is quietly adapting across its core business areas, led by a future-focused Satya Nadella. Since assuming the CEO role in 2014, Nadella has deprioritized the Windows offering that initially helped Microsoft become a household name, refocusing the company's efforts on implementing AI across all its products and services. That's not the only change: in addition to an increased focus on AI, cloud and subscription services have become unifying themes across products. And to maintain its dominance in enterprise technology, Microsoft is expanding in new areas -- like gaming and personal computing -- that leverage the company's own cloud infrastructure. Below, we outline Microsoft's key priorities, initiatives, investments, and acquisitions across its various business segments. The majority of Microsoft's revenue comes from its enterprise technologies, which fall under its Intelligent Cloud and Productivity & Business Processes segments. The Productivity & Business Processes segment includes software products like Office 365, Skype, LinkedIn, and Microsoft's ERP (enterprise resource planning) and CRM (customer relationship management) platform, Dynamic 365. Microsoft's Intelligence Cloud segment includes cloud platform Azure, the Visual Studio developer platform, and Windows Server, a version of Microsoft's proprietary operating system optimized for running in the cloud. Outside of enterprise technology, Microsoft generates revenue from products like Xbox and Microsoft Surface, among others areas. These products are bucketed into the company's More Personal Computing segment. In addition to its in-house efforts, Microsoft has a number of initiatives that look to support promising young businesses. These include Microsoft's venture capital arm, M12, Microsoft's accelerator, ScaleUp, and other initiatives like Microsoft for Startups.