Profile of Laurianne McLaughlinEditor-in-Chief, InformationWeek.com
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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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 August 2011
At VMworld 2011 day two, a phone within a phone emerges. Plus, VMware pushes deep into the world of automated IT operations.
As Steve Jobs resigns, we all wonder what the next chapter will be for the technology company like no other. Here's a look at historic moments and pending questions.
Everyone loves a bargain, but remember: A good tablet display costs about $70. Dreams of a $99 iPad-killer remain fantasy.
As the rhetoric heats up in several software wars, you can count on oversimplification and FUD. But you can also fight it.
RIM has three shiny new BlackBerry models and a compelling goodie for SMBs. But the mobile buzz is all Google-rola.
Citrix buys a scrappy startup as it tries to convince more enterprises that desktop virtualization doesn't always equal painful compromise. Are you still waiting?
Google talks up a "hostile, organized campaign against Android." But who's won over mobile developers?
Malware that records your phone calls sounds bad, but there's a bigger problem.