Quiz: What were the first products from today's biggest tech companies?

Cisco, Microsoft, IBM: They all started somewhere. Take this quiz to see how well you know the humble origins of today's tech titans
  • (Network World)
  • — 18 January, 2010 12:17
  • <b>What was Cisco's first product?</b>

The world's largest technology companies – Cisco, Microsoft, IBM, AT&T, Apple, Intel – are well established in their various business niches, such as network routers, software, information services, computing devices and chips. But when they first started up in their apocryphal garages, basements or dorm rooms, what were the first products out the doors? We'll supply the company name, you supply the product. Keep track of your right answers and we'll grade you at the end.
  • Even giants like Microsoft, Cisco, and Apple had to start somewhere, and their first products might not be what you think they are. Read on to see how well you know the history of these titans of industry.

Cisco, Microsoft, IBM: They all started somewhere. Take this quiz to see how well you know the humble origins of today's tech titans

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Tim Greene

Network World
Topics: HP, Apple, iron mountain, Microsoft, at&t, IBM, cisco
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