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    2. These were the five most dominant tech companies of 2015

      These were the five most dominant tech companies of 2015
      Photo: Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff welcomes Uber CEO Travis Kalanick into the winners' circle. (credit - Business Insider/Eugene Kim) Thesefive companies exemplified that trend. None of them rocked the world with a new product or category, but all of them quietly consolidated and are well-positioned to dominate in 2016.
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    3. Wall Street's going crazy over a group of technology stocks called 'mags' — Here's why

      Wall Street's going crazy over a group of technology stocks called 'mags' — Here's why
      Most people are familiar with the so-called "FANG" stocks, an acronym created by CNBC's "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer, that represent the four best-performing tech stocks: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google. But there's a new acronym in town that stands for the four best-performing tech stocks on the enterprise tech side: "MAGS," or Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and Salesforce.
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    4. Billionaire CEOs Marc Benioff and Jeff Bezos share the same piece of advice

      Billionaire CEOs Marc Benioff and Jeff Bezos share the same piece of advice
      Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos have a few things in common. Both are super successful billionaires,are considered early pioneers in their respective fields, and have survived the dot-com crash on their way to building multi-billion dollar companies. Plus, they were both born in the same year (1964).
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    5. Amazon wants its cloud service to connect trash cans, toilets and hand sanitizer dispensers

      Amazon wants its cloud service to connect trash cans, toilets and hand sanitizer dispensers
      Amazon's new IoT platform makes it the latest tech company to move into the IoT market, which is estimated to be worth $655 billion this year and grow into a $1.7 trillion market by 2020, according to IDC. Big incumbents like Microsoft and IBM, as well as software giants like Salesforce all have their own IoT platforms, signifyingits huge market potential.
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    6. Amazon takes a swing at Oracle

      Amazon takes a swing at Oracle
      Talkin' smack! During its AWS conference, Amazon took aim at Oracle, which is currently the biggest provider of traditional cloud databases. It used to be upstarts likeSalesforceandBoxthat took turns jabbing at the enterprise giants. But atAmazon's AWS re:Invent conference Wednesday, it was Amazon taking aim atOracleand the smaller Salesforce.
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