What has been the most influential organisation over the past 40 years of IT?
IBM? Microsoft? Cisco? Hewlett-Packard? Or perhaps you consider Icann, the body that manages internet domain names, to be more important.
Was the information revolution driven by Digital Equipment, whose Vax and PDP-11 were the most widely used minicomputers in the 1970s and whose Alpha processor was one of the first 64-bit chips? Or how about Xerox, which developed the graphical user interface?
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