New York's Top VC Says Apple Doesn't Get The Cloud; He's (Mostly) Wrong
By DMO Affiliate
Fred Wilson is one of the smartest guys in venture capital. He's made a fortune backing Twitter and Tumblr, among others, at Union Square Ventures. But when it comes to Apple, Wilson has a blind spot that's almost as big as as his bankroll. When asked which tech companies would be the most valuable by 2020, Wilson dismissed Apple's prospects out of hand at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in New York, questioning the company's competence in the cloud. Yet despite some visible failures, Apple's overall cloud achievements would compare favorably with anyone's. And the company seems to have just gotten started.
|New York's Top VC Says Apple Doesn't Get The Cloud; He's (Mostly) Wrong|