Steve Jobs: Microsoft is in big trouble

After his death a few weeks ago, Steve Jobs biography written by Walter Isaacson much coveted fans. This book also reveals the many mysteries of the unknown by the public.

The book, titled Steve Jobs: A Biography, load one of the founders of Apple's comments against eternal rival, Microsoft. Indeed, between Steve Jobs with Microsoft founder Bill Gates, a close knit friendships. However, the issue of corporate competition, innovators had a different view.

"I admire him (Bill Gates) to the company he built. It was impressive and I enjoyed working with him. He is a smart and really have a good sense of humor," said Steve, who quoted from his book ZDNet on Monday (24 / 10/2011).

"But Microsoft has never had the humanities in the DNA of his company. Even when they look at the Mac, they can not copy them properly. They were not able to mimic Apple's products," said Steve again.

According to Steve, Microsoft saaat this is a company in deep trouble. According to him, is not independent of the selection of Steve Ballmer as CEO, replacing Bill Gates.

"I've got their own theory about why the decline that occurred in companies such as IBM or Microsoft. The company does a great job, innovate and become monopolies or close to it in the field, and then the quality of the product becomes less important. Eventually they began to appreciate the great salesman , because they are the people who can move the revenue needle, not engineers and product designers who lead the company, "he added.

Some data was recorded, John Akers of IBM was a reliable salesman, but did not know about the products it sells, he eventually became CEO of Xerox failed.

"I think, Microsoft will not be changed during Ballmer still serving in that company," he added.

That is why Steve Jobs was so sure showed Tim Cook as his successor at the top of the highest company. The reason is obvious, Cook is not a reliable salesman.