Which Tech Giant Is Likely To Fall First? – Medium

Microsoft is the oldest on the list but one of the most successful companies in the world. Founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen, it has had its ups and downs since its inception as well as leadership changes in the last few decades.

Like Amazon, Mircosoft is extremely diversified even with runner up products like Bing.

Bing, however, is still profitable growing at a rate of 914% per quarter and still accounts for almost 6.4% of Microsofts total revenue (more than a service like Linkedin). They are also growing at a modest 14.56% since the last quarter of March 31 in 2020, putting them in a favorable growth rate over some of the other tech giants in the list.

One of the major advantages Microsoft also has over other businesses is their influence within the enterprise space. With this, the company has had significant success with not only Microsoft Azure and their office products but recently, with products like Microsoft Teams.

With such a big enterprise footprint, Microsoft has been able to expand newer products into its B2B customer base and also grow their cloud footprint.

This diversified portfolio of products, as well as a huge footprint within the enterprise space, cements Microsoft for many more years to come and will be the unlikely tech giant to fall first along with Amazon.

The only drawback is, in a lot of these product categories, including search, cloud, and gaming, they are only second to the market leader (E.g., Google for search and Amazon for cloud).

The only drawback is, in a lot of these product categories, including search, cloud, and gaming, they are only second to the market leader (E.g., Google for search and Amazon for cloud).

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Which Tech Giant Is Likely To Fall First? - Medium

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