The Microsoft Monopoly Controversy: A Historical Analysis of Whether Microsoft Was an Illegal Monopoly in the 1990s

The Microsoft Monopoly Controversy: A Historical Analysis of Whether Microsoft Was an Illegal Monopoly in the 1990s

by Scott A Stawski

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781523843602
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/29/2016
Pages: 60
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.12(d)

About the Author

Scott A. Stawski is an Author and an Executive for Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). Scott is responsible for managing the sales and revenue generation activities for HPE's largest and most strategic global accounts, exceeding $500M in revenue annually.
Scott brings a wealth of experience in business outcome-based technology service delivery. He has led numerous multimillion-dollar business intelligence and technology solutions and strategy engagements for Global 500 companies within the health and life science; manufacturing and technology; retail; travel; communication, media, and entertainment; and consumer packaged goods sectors.
Prior to joining Hewlett Packard, Scott was a Senior Principal at Knightsbridge, a leading business intelligence consultancy acquired by Hewlett Packard, where he developed business intelligence strategies and platforms for Fortune 500 companies.
Before entering technology consulting, Scott held executive and management positions at the CRM consultancy Inforte and newspaper chain Knight Ridder.
A trusted advisor for CEOs, CFOs, and CIOs in the Americas, Scott is a recognized expert in analytics and data management, technology strategy, outsourcing, and next-generation application transformation to the cloud. He is the Author of Inflection Point: How the Convergence of Cloud, Mobility, Apps, and Data Will Shape the Future of Business published by Pearson FT Press. A contributing writer for leading media outlets including TheStreet.com, Scott is a speaker and facilitator at many of the leading industry shows and conferences and is frequently interviewed and quoted by leading media outlets, including The Economist, The Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Editor & Publisher, Crain's Chicago Business, and National Public Radio.
Scott is also Secretary of the Board for the Celina Economic Development Council and active with ChildFund International and Shakespeare Dallas and is working towards his Master of Liberal Arts, Extension Studies at Harvard University.

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