The Globalization of Microsoft

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This paper shall present the challenges of Microsoft’s globalization. Microsoft was one of the first operating system vendors. The company currently dominates the market with over 92 percent of the world’s computers running some version of the Windows operating system. The company has faced significant challenges to its dominate position in the market. Microsoft is a monopoly due to both its business practices and the nature of operating system technology. This has opened the company up to antitrust suits in both the United States and Europe. As a global entity, Microsoft products must provide for a variety of languages and show sensitivity to cultural issues. Widespread use of the internet and security issues with Microsoft’s...
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