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Independent Technology Editor
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Mari Silbey is an independent tech writer based in Washington, D.C. With a background in cable and telecom, she's a contributor to several trade publications, and also writes for the long-running digital media blog Zatz Not Funny. In addition to reporting work, Mari has written for both corporate and association clients focused on broadband networks, mobile apps, and video delivery. In 2007, she launched the corporate blog for Motorola's Home division - a novel endeavor at the time which she ran until the end of 2010.

Articles by Mari Silbey
2018 State of the Cloud
2018 State of the Cloud
Cloud adoption is growing, but how are organizations taking advantage of it? Interop ITX and InformationWeek surveyed technology decision-makers to find out, read this report to discover what they had to say!
Commentary
Tech Vendors to Watch in 2019
Susan Fogarty, Editor in Chief,  11/13/2018
Commentary
Getting DevOps Wrong: Top 5 Mistakes Organizations Make
Bill Kleyman, Writer/Blogger/Speaker,  11/2/2018
Commentary
AI & Machine Learning: An Enterprise Guide
James M. Connolly, Executive Managing Editor, InformationWeekEditor in Chief,  9/27/2018
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