Internet Software Sector Companies : 164,593 results
IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware and software, offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services.
Microsoft develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers and laptops.
Google is a multinational technology company specializing in internet-related services and products.
Facebook operates as an online social networking platform that enables people to connect, share, discover and communicate with each other.
SAP provides enterprise software and solution for managing business operations and customer relations.
LinkedIn is a professional networking site that allows its members to create business connections, search for jobs and find potential clients.
Altaba is an internet services company that offers news, web portal, search engine, advertising, email, video sharing, online mapping and games.
Dropbox develops a cloud-based platform that allows users to store and share photos, documents and videos.
Twitter is an online social networking service that enables users to send and read short messages.
WhatsApp is a mobile application for sharing text messages, photos and videos.
Pinterest is an online service that allows users to share images through social networking.
YouTube is an online video platform that allows to discover, watch and share videos.
SAS provides cloud analytics, business intelligence and data management solutions for businesses.
Box provides online file sharing and cloud content management solutions.
SugarCRM focuses on providing customer relationship management, cloud computing and sales force automation solution for businesses.
An Internet software is a program that allows individuals to browse, retrieve, or find information on the World Wide Web. Otherwise known as a web browser, the software is designed for use on the Internet or access files and information provided by web servers in private networks. The first Internet software was designed by Tim Berners Lee in 1995. It was named WorldWideWeb which later became Nexus. Since then different web browsers came into the picture. In 1993, Marc Andreessen developed Mosaic, which sparked the Internet boom of the 1990s. Andreessen then founded Netscape and released the web browser Netscape Navigator.