January 30, 2001
Microsoft's corporate strategy of self-destruction
Author: JT Smith
Kelly McNeill writes: "Microsoft's corporate objectives are to dominate the desktop, the network and everything in between. This all-encompassing vision must guarantee that every mission-critical element of the Microsoft software family work properly. But where does Microsoft go for help outside of the Microsoft software family, when something crucial in the Microsoft family is not working the way it should? And what does it mean for Microsoft to have to face that choice?" Read the column at OS Opinion.