Amazing Computer Quotes by CEO’s of different IT giants
Some CEO’s have quoted it in a very funny manner, and some have it in very logistic and realistic way. Let’s discuss something simple and different. Computers are interesting machines used every where. If we look back into the history, we can see some really interesting events and dialogues said by famous persons in this technology. let’s discuss some of the snippets from the past.
Quote # 1
“Errors using inadequate data are much less than those using no data at all”
Well its quite true! Well said Sir Charles. Its always better to have something than nothing at all.
Quote # 2
“I think there is a world market for maybe five computers”
-Thomas Watson Senior, Chairman of IBM, in 1943
Huh! Sir Watson’s statement just remained true hardly even for the next 10 years! Electrical Engineers worked hard to make new powerful machines!
Quote # 3
“There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home”
-Ken Olson, President and Founder of Digital, in 1977
So, what do you say? Don’t you like computers to be part of your home gadgets? Few Years later, computers became personal and IBM sold millions of them.
Quote # 4
“640 K ought to be enough for anybody”
-Bill Gates in 1981
Yes, Sir Bill! You are wrong! Even your windows XP occupies more than 4 GB’s in the Hard disk drive. Do you concur? I do!
Quote # 5
“I wouldn’t put my company on the Internet”
-Ken Olson, Chairman Modular Computer Systems, in 1996
But, certainly every one wants to have its business highlights on the digital world. Ken Olson’s company Digital Equipment Corporation was later occupied by Compaq!
Quote # 6
“Keep Num Lock, Scroll Lock and Caps Lock off to save the Electrical Energy”
-Famous social media joke
Seems a good way to save the energy! Just kidding fellas!