The companies are using their platforms to push their own cloud services instead of, say, Dropbox or Box. Is this anticompetitive? The lead lawyer in the Microsoft antitrust suit and Box's Aaron Levie sound off.
It's what's inside that counts, says Levie, particularly when you run a service that houses the files of thousands of web users. And he describes a few of the core differences between a service like Megaupload and his Box.net.
The combination of an insane attention to these details and neurotic level of focus on customer experience in all areas is what sets apart the great companies from the good. Organizations that adopt this level of intensity will always have superior offerings, an instant differentiator from the indistinguishable competition.