Next Big Futures by Google, Facebook, Apple and Twitter: Share creative lives in a world where the power of the web is shared through our phones.
“This is where we can all be creative.
We can all share our lives and experiences,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at a media event earlier this month.
“It is our responsibility to make sure that our ideas and inventions reach as many people as possible.”
While it’s important to understand the motivations behind Microsoft’s announcement, the tech giant’s move into the sharing economy could also be a boon for others.
In an interview with The Washington Post, Apple’s Tim Cook said sharing his company’s ideas “makes it easier for us to compete with the big companies.”
“It’s not just Apple’s ideas that make it easier to compete, but the ideas of the other companies, too,” he said.
“That’s the reason why I think we’re doing this.
I think it’s an important step in the right direction.”
Microsoft has been working on ways to help people share their creations for decades, but it hasn’t always been as easy as it is today.
In the past, sharing was only available through Microsoft’s own social network, but this year, Microsoft announced that it was starting to let companies use its own software to build new apps.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said the company plans to allow companies to build apps using its Office 365 cloud-based platform in the coming months.
The biggest advantage Microsoft could have for creating new ideas and products is the fact that it could share it across its business units.
As a result, it could create its own version of the social network in the future, and then continue to sell the software and services to other companies.
The new platform could then become a kind of incubator for other businesses to experiment with new ideas.