Profile of Laurianne McLaughlinEditor-in-Chief, InformationWeek.com
Member Since: 11/15/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 83
Laurianne McLaughlin currently serves as InformationWeek.com's Editor-in-Chief, overseeing daily online editorial operations. Prior to joining InformationWeek in May, 2011, she was managing editor at CIO.com. Her writing and editing work has won multiple ASBPE (American Society of Business Publication Editors) awards, including ASBPE's 2010 B2B Web Site of the year award for CIO.com. Previously, McLaughlin served as a senior editor, online for Business 2.0 and as a senior editor for PC World, where she started her technology journalism career in 1992 as a news reporter. She is a graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
Articles by Laurianne McLaughlin
posted in October 2011
As Windows XP's end of life date for support looms, IT pros navigate an old Bermuda Triangle of pain.
Each of these three transitions requires a large cultural transition for IT. How are you dealing with all three at once?
You may not agree with Marc Benioff that Facebook looks like the future of the Web. But you'd better be ready for the mountain of data social media produces.
RIM's enterprise IT faithful writhe in pain, while Apple's worshippers hold vigil to buy the iPhone 4S. Did RIM's outage explanation Thursday help at all?
When InformationWeek's Eric Zeman argued that Apple-haters cracking on the iPhone 4S specs miss the point, some of you begged to differ. Join this hot reader debate.
How did the genius of Apple CEO Steve Jobs affect you personally? InformationWeek.com readers shared their thoughts and tributes.
Salesforce CEO Benioff won't be stopped by Oracle CEO Ellison, as demonstrated by the Oracle OpenWorld keynote spat. Will Benioff's customers insist he stop the private cloud denial?
Tuesday, the secrets will finally be out. But for today, you still get to enjoy iPhone 5 rumor madness.