Profile of Michael EndlerAssociate Editor, InformationWeek.com
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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 March 2013
Will Windows Blue, Windows 8's successor, be a nail in the coffin of traditional PCs? Here are 5 key facts that have emerged.
Microsoft Windows Blue rumor mill refuses to die down. New developments include a secret Redmond app development team and the alleged retirement of Windows RT.
Microsoft is talking up new fans in local government, such as Kansas City, Mo., which expects to save $600,000 annually with Office 365 suite.
Microsoft finally acknowledges Windows Blue, the rumored update to Windows 8, is on the way.
Microsoft upgrades Mail, Calendar and People apps. But will it appease customers who say these features should have been included at launch?
A recent Windows Blue build is in the wild, sporting a more polished tablet experience. Does this also foretell retirement for traditional desktop computing?
Music and video are pushing cloud storage into the mainstream, Strategy Analytics study finds. But where's Microsoft?
As Microsoft works to attract developers to Windows 8
and Windows Phone 8, does $100 app bonus encourage quantity over quality?
Microsoft is making the right move by offering OS updates more frequently. But that may not be enough in the competitive smartphone race.
Microsoft hopes PreApps site will help Windows 8 developers create pre-ship buzz and ultimately build more useful apps.
CTO Padmasree Warrior goes one-on-one with InformationWeek to explain Cisco's larger vision for Internet of Everything.
Thanks to BYOD, app deployment has become substantially more complicated. Sencha's HTML5 tools aim to restore order.
Microsoft appears to have a plan for revitalizing Windows 8. But will it be enough to overcome the OS's disappointing launch?
Microsoft has been criticized for pushing Office customers toward the cloud, but one healthcare company finds the switch saves money, time, hassles.
Responding to customer complaints, Microsoft says it will allow Office 2013 licenses to be transferred from one machine to another.
PC shipments will decline in 2013 for second straight year, IDC now says, despite introduction of Windows 8. But growth is expected during the next several years.
Recent developments around Windows 8, Windows Blue, Windows Phone 8 and Microsoft Office deserve your attention.
Cisco CEO John Chambers says the Internet of Everything will change the world. Is he right, or is this just more Silicon Valley hype?