Profile of James M. ConnollyEditorial Director, InformationWeek and Network Computing
Member Since: 11/18/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 127
Jim Connolly is a versatile and experienced technology journalist who has reported on IT trends for more than two decades. As editorial director of InformationWeek and Network Computing, he oversees the day-to-day planning and editing on the site. Most recently he was editor of UBM's All Analytics. He has written about enterprise computing, data analytics, the PC revolution, the evolution of the Internet, networking, IT management, and the ongoing shift to cloud-based services and mobility. He has covered breaking industry news and has led teams focused on product reviews and technology trends. He has concentrated on serving the information needs of IT decision-makers in large organizations and has worked with those managers to help them learn from their peers and share their experiences in implementing leading-edge technologies through such publications as Computerworld. Jim also has helped to launch a technology-focused startup, as one of the founding editors at TechTarget, and has served as editor of an established news organization focused on technology startups at MassHighTech.
Articles by James M. Connolly
posted in May 2018
Let's put the GDPR compliance deadline in perspective. It should change the way we look at privacy and data.
There was no shortage of expert advice and sage predictions as takeaways from last week's Interop ITX conference. Here are some examples.
There has been plenty of change throughout the evolution of information technology. Now it's time for the corporate world to catch up and reshape how they do business and serve their customers.
Data makes DevOps work, and DevOps offers a lesson in how the rest of the business can make the best use of data.
AI and machine learning experts highlight how there is a place for many types of corporate and tech roles in an AI initiative.
Those who can't get to Interop in person can follow the activity live on the InformationWeek News Desk.
Experts at Interop ITX detailed some creative ideas for solving the talent crunch, but in large part it boils down to understanding what employees need.