In a world where mobile apps are increasingly being made for people who can’t afford a high-end PC, the rise of the desktop and cloud computing is having a profound impact on the way we work.
But there’s a difference between being able to afford a fancy laptop, and being able with the right software and hardware to make the transition.
The shift is also affecting the way startups and companies are building products.
As more and more people use mobile devices to get work done, companies are taking on a greater role in making them useful.
This is happening even as the companies that make products are increasingly focused on building them for a mass audience, which means there’s less room for a smaller, more individualized experience.
We spoke to the people behind the companies building the products to understand how the shift has impacted their companies.
Read More to find out how they’re making the transition and what their future looks like.
Here are four key points to keep in mind:1.
Mobile is a much larger market than desktop computers2.
The rise of cloud computing has made it easier for companies to build a product that fits the needs of the masses, but has also made it less of a viable platform to scale up their business.3.
Mobile users are much more mobile-savvy than desktops, but it’s still not easy to find and deploy apps for their needs.4.
In the past, the desktop was a good platform for building products, but today it’s being used for all sorts of different uses.
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