Profile of Michael EndlerAssociate Editor, InformationWeek.com
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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Michael Endler joined InformationWeek as an associate editor in 2012. He previously worked in talent representation in the entertainment industry, as a freelance copywriter and photojournalist, and as a teacher. Michael earned a BA in English from Stanford University in 2005 and, pending the completion of a long-gestating thesis, will hold an MA in Cinema Studies from San Francisco State.
Articles by Michael Endler
posted in January 2013
In his foundation's annual letter, Microsoft co-founder says analytics are helping developing countries tackle health and education problems, urges setting clear goals.
Windows 8 takes up about 70% of the 64-GB Surface Pro's storage. Will this factor into the tablet's BYOD potential?
Microsoft Office 2013 offers some compelling new features, especially for mobile users. But how will buyers respond to the new version's license shake-up and cloud emphasis?
Newest version of Microsoft's productivity suite will soon be generally available, complete with a new five-device pricing model.
Against odds, BlackBerry 10 is gaining hype and converting skeptics. To compete, though, it needs to attract developers. Does RIM have the app for that?
Microsoft's enterprise business achieved strong sales, but questions remain after Windows 8 posted a so-so launch.
Microsoft is considering investing $1 billion to $3 billion to help Michael Dell take his company private, according to a report issued Tuesday.
Dell unveils hyperscale server prototype with both x86 and 64-bit ARM processors, and management software that remotely controls the chips from a single console.
Cisco foresees connected devices, pervasive sensing and big data will drive need for data scientists to bring order to information overload.
Touchscreen Ultrabooks might be cutting edge today, but Intel CTO Justin Rattner says it's nothing compared to the next generation of smart sensors and wearable technology just around the corner.
Ford has unveiled two open-source programs to develop apps for smart cars. The automaker hopes to establish an industry-wide standard, but with competitors advancing their own platforms, the goal could be easier said than done.
CES launches some of the coolest gadgets on the planet. But with more than 3,000 exhibitors this year, not everyone could be a winner.
Intel unveils a variety of new chips at CES 2013 to gain ground as market shifts increasingly toward mobile devices.
Huge TVs dominated Samsung's offerings at CES, but the company also demoed cutting-edge cameras, refrigerators, and laptops.
What happens at CES 2013 doesn't stay in Vegas. From giant tablets to $20,000 televisions, take a peek at a few early standouts for gadget lovers.
Consumer Electronics Show is a tech smorgasbord. Here are nine products that attest to the show's overwhelming variety.
Smartphones and tablets fueled the rise of BYOD in 2012, but better management of those devices is top of mind in 2013.