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The Top 25 Disrupters Of 2014

As part of our ranking of the Top 100 Of 2014, CRN looks at the 25 executives who shook up the IT industry this year.

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1. Jeff Bezos

CEO

Amazon

Amazon is at times the very definition of disruptive, with ventures ranging from being the world's biggest bookseller to providing data center resources as a service. And Jeff Bezos is very much the face of disruption. He is not afraid to throw a continual barrage of ideas at the market -- using drones for delivery to a customer's doorstep, providing e-books on a subscription basis -- knowing that some will not pan out, but those that do will yet once again rattle an industry. But his Seattle-based company's greatest disruption is providing the storage and compute capacity developed for delivering Amazon's services to anyone on an on-demand basis for short-term or long-term delivery of their own services. That Amazon infrastructure service is so widespread that it doesn't matter whether a business is an Amazon customer or not. The IT either runs on an Amazon cloud or on a cloud whose infrastructure was shaped in part by the industry's greatest disrupter.

 
 
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