Adam Rifkin writes about the evolution in the software industry “from desktop applications running on single-machines that helped individuals with productivity through word processing and spreadsheets and email, to enterprise applications in corporate data centers that helped workgroups and companies with productivity through automating business processes… and now to collaborative applications available to anyone from anywhere on the Internet, leveraging an increasingly-connected and ever-faster world. The web is the platform that subsumes the others…The software platform of choice evolved from desktop operating systems, to enterprise operating systems, to what Tim O’Reilly calls the emergent Internet operating system.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.