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 April 2013
Will Outlook.com integration and other new Skype features boost Microsoft's user base?
IBM partners with mobile security vendor Arxan Technologies to secure apps created with its Worklight platform against malware and other attacks.
Teambox On-Premise allows healthcare, financial and other highly regulated industries to take advantage of cloud collaboration technologies.
New reports reveal what Microsoft would not in its recent earnings meeting: Windows 8's 7.5% share of the tablet space is around double its overall market penetration.
Windows 8 devices with touchscreens are getting more affordable. But with new, more powerful models on the horizon, is now the time to buy?
Chip designer's Q1 profits jump 44% -- another data point illustrating how mobile devices are eroding the traditional Wintel PC empire.
Microsoft's financials showed a strong, diversified company. Windows 8 concerns aren't going away, though, and neither are questions about the company's long-term influence.
Microsoft needs to explain its plans for Windows and the declining PC market. Here are five key issues that require answers.
Many consumers also resent that Windows 8 forces them to boot to its tablet-focused Live Tile interface. Is Microsoft listening?
Blaming Windows 8 for the PC market's ongoing woes misses the bigger picture.
IDC and Gartner report the ailing PC market isn't dead, but has suffered profound change. Microsoft must find the right formula for Windows 8 tablets -- perhaps a smaller model.
Microsoft can maintain its market dominance with Windows 8 if it tries something not in its normal playbook.
HP says its Moonshot servers are a major advance, comparable to the transition from UNIX servers to x86. But will they be enough to reverse the company's fortunes?
Will sensors come to bats and gloves? Bad umpiring could be a thing of the past if baseball equipment becomes a part of the Internet of Things.
Windows RT could soon receive a native Outlook app. But the bigger question for many is whether we will see a version of Office for iOS and Android.
Given an exploding universe of tablets and smartphones, Microsoft faces an entirely new competitive situation. Windows 8's "schizophrenic" user experience hasn't helped, Gartner analyst says.
Microsoft's Surface Pro has finally begun to attract a following. But costly repairs make the extended warranty advisable.
Mac developers scoop up Microsoft's $25 offer for Windows 8 and Parallels Desktop 8 licenses in mere hours. Will this help address Windows 8 app woes?
Microsoft's Internet Explorer 10 gained share in March, but its progress is less spectacular than it seems. IE10's market share even trails that of Windows 8.
Windows 8 keeps gaining users but its growth is losing steam. With Windows Blue and new hardware still months off, Microsoft's newest OS isn't likely to rebound right away.