Steve demonstrated that technology should be fun, functional and not necessarily cheap.
Montclair, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 05, 2011
Steve Jobs has transformed the lives of consumers and businesses - especially small businesses, writes Ramon Ray, Editor & Technology Evangelist of Smallbiztechnology.com.
He writes that Steve's legacy, is in two parts, the creation of Apple as a competitor to the PC industry and the revolution of the mobile marketplace in the creation of the iPhone.
With his death the stimulation of innovative competitiveness could be stifled.
In the blog post ( http://smallbiztechnology.com/?p=18209 ) Ramon writes that Apple computer was always the scrappy competitor and alternative to Microsoft and PC vendors.
When Steve Jobs launched the “i” series of products – iPod, iPhone, iTouch, and iPad Steve ushered in a drastic transformation of the stagnant mobile computing market.
Apple’s entry into the mobile market was the catalyst of Google launching Android, Black Berry’s dominance on the corporate mobile market being seriously challenged and Microsoft Windows Mobile franchise being critically challenged, thus stimulating Microsoft to rethink it’s entire mobile strategy.
Steve Jobs will be missed for showing his peers and competitors that technology needs to be feature rich, fun, well designed and not necessarily cheap. Steve, thanks for enabling more powerful mobile technology for consumers and businesses and especially small businesses.
Smallbiztechnology.com hopes that technology vendors will continue to aggressively innovate and think outside of the "status quo" when designing technology products.
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