By creating as well as applying modern technology, businesses perk up the competitiveness of their products by promoting the creation of a new client base for the people. At the same time, technology can assist a company’s customers and stakeholders to enjoy product innovativeness, concept development in addition to commercialization. That is why for the likes of William Saito, technology was a loveable subject that came as a talent as well. From a tender age, Saito had a particular passion for technology. He would ask his parents how an adapter works. Aside from that, he was studious, but his talent was majorly proclaimed in sciences and mathematics. It was at that point that his teacher asked his parents to get him a personal computer. The aim of getting this computer was enabling Saito to further his knowledge.
Disintegrating Saito’s Career
When he turned 10, William Saito was admitted to a computer firm where he served as an intern for a few years. He would later start a small software company while in college. Since it was instrumental in value creation, Microsoft approached Saito to sell them the I/O Software Company. In 2004, William Saito gave in to Microsoft’s buyout request. He became an active business professional who invested in various Japanese start-ups over the years.
Consequently, William Saito was recognized by the World Economic Forum and named the youngest global leader for 2011. Simultaneously, Saito was appointed to serve as the head of IT for technical support in the nuclear disaster of Fukushima Daiichi. From that moment, he has been discussing different technological subjects and situations that affect countries or the world in general. Today, he weighs in on Russia and its determination to become a massive contributor to technology.
The Case of Russia
As the world embraces technology, more states are coming forward to indulge in this transformative venture. Russia is one of the states. Even though many tech gurus have argued that such a developed nation has no place in the evolving technology, there is some aspect of concern when it comes to the country’s involvement in technology. With that said Russia is prominent for owing some of the famous software brands including Kaspersky. Unfortunately, this software was not approved by the United States Homeland Security Department. Even so, Russia still invested in leading tech gadgets that have changed the manner in which businesses are run.