Top 10 Things Steve Ballmer tells his Closest Friends about Microsoft’s SharePoint
 

Top 10 Things Steve Ballmer tells his Closest Friends about Microsoft’s SharePoint

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We've have it on great authority; from a friend of a friend who knows someone who might be a close friend of Ballmer (we think Steve Ballmer) that the following is what he tells them.

We've have it on great authority; from a friend of a friend who knows someone who might be a close friend of Ballmer (we think Steve Ballmer) that the following is what he tells them.

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    Top 10 Things Steve Ballmer tells his Closest Friends about Microsoft’s SharePoint Top 10 Things Steve Ballmer tells his Closest Friends about Microsoft’s SharePoint Presentation Transcript

    • Steve Ballmer
    • Let’s put things in perspective…SHAREPOINT EVERYONE ELSE
    • You can’t stop the bullettrain, you can only hope toconnect with it.
    • I tell my competitors, ‘that if you see abandwagon, it’s too late.’
    • If an Airplane followed the same developmentcycle as SharePoint, a Boeing 747 today wouldget a million miles per gallon, cost $1000, andtravel 100,000 miles per hour.
    • There’s an enormous number ofSharePoint Admin who can relaxon the job
    • What he secretly says about them
    • Kept trying to tell Jive CEO Tony Zingaleits best to wait until a product is outof beta before you file for an IPO.
    • Word is IBM has built a thinking chip;so theyre now in the process ofreplacing the Connections Softwaredevelopment team.
    • Notice that the fear of computers becomingI Intelligent and taking over the world has entirelydisappeared from the media? Seems to me, thiscoincides with the release of Oracle’s BusinessIntelligence Suite.
    • If you make something idiot proofevolution will insure the rapidemergence of a better idiot.
    • We once considered Jive as a product name, butworried its meaning of deceptive, exaggerated ormeaningless talk might be a liability.
    • If IBM’s, Thomas Watson were alive todayh he’d instead say, ‘I think there’s a world Connectionsmarket for about 5 Computers
    • "I would love to change theworld, but harmon.ie wont giveme the source code"
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