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 June 2013
The Windows 8.1 preview has landed. Is it enough to jumpstart adoption? Consider these eight facts.
Microsoft hopes to sell developers on its vision for Azure -- and use the popularity of mobile platforms, including iOS and Android, to become a cloud powerhouse.
Windows 8.1 got its moment in the spotlight during Monday's Build keynote, but the real star was Microsoft's expanding ecosystem.
Microsoft has a chance to regain control of the Windows 8 narrative at Build conference. But can the company execute where it has stumbled before?
With Windows 8.1 just a few days away, rumors of an impending company shakeup have gained momentum.
Cisco CEO John Chambers says the Internet of Everything has already generated $613 billion in corporate profits this year.
From Windows 8.1 developments to a possible Surface Mini, next week's Microsoft Build conference promises fireworks.
Microsoft has added real-time co-authoring, offline capabilities and other enhancements. But many mobile users have already adopted alternatives.
Microsoft released the Surface RT to much fanfare last fall, but so far, customers have stayed away. Could heavy discounts for schools be the key Windows RT's path to redemption?
Microsoft Office faces more competitors than ever, but Office 365 gives it a leg up with small and midsize businesses seeking to cut costs and improve collaboration.
Microsoft finally brought Office to iOS. Make no mistake: Its goal is to sell Office 365, not help Apple users. As long as Windows 8 struggles, don't expect to see Office on iPad.
From stakeouts to burger orders, tablets are taking charge. And Windows 8 could add even more use cases.
Drug Enforcement Agency testing tablets in its crime-fighting work.
Thanks to the discovery of a prototype Nokia phone allegedly left on a bus, Windows Phone 8 users get peek at features including a Siri rival.
Microsoft revealed more about Windows 8.1 at the Computex and TechEd conferences, clarifying its OS and device strategy. Here's what's next for users.
Playing one of its biggest trump cards, Microsoft says Win8.1 tablets will include Office, and Windows RT will get Outlook. Will these changes bolster Win8's BYOD progress?
New report suggests Win8 is a no-show in the enterprise. Can Windows 8.1's business-centric features, revealed this week at TechEd, reverse the trend?
After stabilizing over the last few months, Windows 8 adoption fell off a cliff in May. Can Windows 8.1 turn things around this summer?