10 most influential leaders in the world of technology

Who rules the ball when it comes to peacetechnology? Elon Musk from Tesla, Travis Kalanik from Uber and Jeff Bezos from Amazon are always on the crest of a wave, and Johnny Ive, Apple’s chief designer and Apple Watch zealous watchman, are not far behind. Special attention is paid to Satya Nadelle, who almost single-handedly represents the future of Microsoft (as befits a good company leader). Based on criteria such as vision, innovation, and personal capital, TIME magazine, based on reports by Juniper Research, compiled one of its annual lists worthy of attention, this time for the world of technology companies.

  • Lee Jun, co-founder and CEO of Xiaomi

  • Being the co-founder of the third largesta smartphone supplier, Lee has come to glory by developing high-end smartphones and keeping the price low. In recent years, under his leadership, the company has developed a number of new products, including wearable devices, a tablet and a smart TV.

  • Elon Musk, co-founder and CEO of Tesla

  • Tesla has expanded its scope of activities forthe limits of electric vehicles, announcing the Powerpack and Powerwall batteries, which offer the first practical solutions for some homeowners who want to store the excess energy generated by solar panels. Although they remain too expensive for most, Musk works to change that. Most often, he talks about affordable energy products for consumers, while not forgetting the attractiveness of the products themselves.

  • Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon

  • Since the founding of Amazon in 1994, Bezosturned the company into a powerhouse, powerfully and aggressively promoting a profit-oriented strategy, expanding into new sectors and developing far-reaching initiatives, including original TV content and unlimited access to e-books.

  • Pavel Eremenko, director of engineering at Google

  • Eremenko embodied Ara project in Google - aimed at creating modular, fully customizable smartphones in which you can add and remove components - from concept to pilot version.

  • Jack Ma, co-founder and CEO of Alibaba

  • Alibaba is one of the most successful in the world.e-commerce businesses, but Ma is not going to stop. He noted that Alibaba will develop its own mobile OS to promote its services and "has previously reported that being dissatisfied with the company's access to the mobile Internet, it is reordering the growth priorities of Alibaba in this very direction."

  • Reed Hastings, Netflix Co-Founder and CEO

  • With over 60 million subscribers, Netflixis the most popular streaming service in the world. Being the CEO and co-founder of the company, Hastings played first fiddle in successfully promoting the company's TV model. In addition, under his leadership, Netflix has created widely accepted original series like "The House of Cards" and "Orange - the hit of the season." Hastings also said that more than 320 hours of original content will appear this year, three times more than in 2013, and therefore Netflix will switch to the traditional model of payment for television services, like HBO.

  • Travis Kalanik, co-founder and CEO of Uber

  • Uber beats all records of popularity. On-demand car service is estimated at $ 50 billion. But he strongly inserted stick in the wheel, including the legislators. After a series of failures, Kalanik remains confident in the mission of his company.

  • Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer

  • Tan is not only CEO of CEOcompany producing products for gamers. He is also a creative director, which means he is responsible for the company's trajectory. Virtual reality enthusiast and one of the founders of OSVR (Open Source Virtual Reality) platform, Tang played an important role in creating a single standard on which virtual reality programs are based.

  • Joni Ive, Apple Chief Designer

  • Ive is considered the inspiration behind the Apple Watch, he alsoknown for its elegant design and is considered a leader in the field of smart watches. The hype and the realization that Apple Watch is being created under the close attention of Quince has become a kind of benchmark and benchmark for future user expectations, not only for iOS users.

  • Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO

  • Since the appointment to the post of GeneralDirector in February 2014, Nadella launched Windows 10, and this move positioned Microsoft as a platform-oriented company, allowing the use of OS services on different devices. Nadella said he plans to make the Windows services platform neutral. This is a fundamental change in the Microsoft business model. Instead of centering its offerings on the operating system, Nadella sees Windows as a set of services, which can lead to an incredible development of Microsoft in the future.