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Enterprise? Wait, What?

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 12-27-2011 Print

It's nice to look back at 2011 and see all the great accomplishments in the world of technology. From honoring Steve Jobs following his death to delivering some of the finest products the industry has ever seen, the technology sector was filled with stories that should inspire companies to pursue innovations in the years ahead. But, there was another side to the tech industry this year. In far too many cases, some of the most prominent firms in the business engaged in activities that hurt consumers, wreaked havoc on the industry, and ultimately made them look bad. Even the most prominent companies, including Apple and Google, were unable to protect themselves from the slings and arrows of critics. Here's a look at the 10 worst technology mishaps in 2011.

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Once upon a time, tech companies would deliver products exclusively for enterprise users and work closely with IT to address the needs of the corporate world. Those days are over. The enterprise is becoming less important as tech companies realize the best way to take control of the corporate world is by going after the employees.



 

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