Who invented the internet? More than one person invented the internet. Robert E. Kahn and Vint Cerf are two of the inventors. The internet was invented in the late 1960’s. 2/24/15
The conference call was invented by Bell Labs in 1956. It was introduced to the public by American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. Bell Labs is a company founded by Alexander Graham Bell. He was born March 3, 1847 and died August 2, 1922.
You may be wondering who invented this “Quickbook square”? The founders of this invention are Jack Dorsey, and Jim McKelvy. Founded in 2009. How does this ‘square’ affect the business world? It affects the business world by offering mobility and accessibility in a retail environment.
From books to television, from the brick to an IPhone 6 Plus technology has taken the world by storm. Revolutionizing both our methods of entertainment and communication. The next victim of this technological take over is the business world. The Inuit: Quick Books Square, promotes mobility in a retail setting. As an aftermath of a collaboration between Inuit’s Quickbooks and Square, the Quickbooks Square is a mobile checkout device that is accessible from any location as long as connected to a mobile device. Formally launched November 19, 2013 the Quickbooks Square has been a success and taken the business world by storm.