C) Google VS Microsoft

C) Google VS Microsoft - few competitors and strive to...

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Google VS Microsoft Qn1) Define and compare the business strategies and business models of Google and Microsoft. Microsoft’s business model Google’s business model Centralise consumers’ everyday computing activities around the desktop Protecting intellectual property: safeguarding their softwares from being modified and copied by third parties Make use of technology to maximize utility, providing easy-to-use free service that usually returns relevant results in a fraction of a second Centralise consumers’ everyday computing activities around cloud computing Microsoft’s business strategies Google’s business strategies Deliver innovative new products by continual satisfaction Improving internal processes Concentrate on a market with huge potential but
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Unformatted text preview: few competitors and strive to become the industry leader Competing against existing companies with traditional services Expanding its business scope Becoming an advertisement magnet Qn 2) Has the internet taken over the PC desktop as the centre of the action? Why or why not? Google Specializes in the internet aspect Microsoft Specializes in the PC desktop Qn5 ) Would you use Google Apps instead of Microsoft Office applications for computing tasks? Why or why not? Microsoft Google Reputation Cheap Security Online Software no upgrade Reliability Free up the IT dept Advance Features Fairly secure Offline Access Compatibility across operating system Support from outside- guide books...
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