Profile of Michael EndlerAssociate Editor, InformationWeek.com
Member Since: 11/15/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 553
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 October 2013
Michael Dell's bid to take his company private is finally complete. But now that the deal's done, what will Dell do to compete?
In show of commitment to Internet of Things, Cisco forms group focused on advancing technologies ranging from more secure power plants to driverless cars.
With Microsoft's docking station -- which hadn't been expected until 2014 -- the Surface Pro can be a three-in-one device: tablet, laptop, desktop.
Shareholders have questioned Microsoft's strategy. Will this week's strong earnings report persuade skeptics that the company is on the right track?
Microsoft quietly slashed another $100 off the price of the original Surface Pro. Here's how it stacks up to the competition.
Microsoft VP Frank Shaw made several valid points when he criticized Apple's new products and strategy. But he missed the boat on others.
Microsoft's Surface 2 and Apple's iPad Air are poised for a head-to-head showdown. Here are nine ways to decide which is better for you.
Windows 8 was a complete flop on non-touch desktop PCs but Windows 8.1 cures some headaches. Here's how desktop users can get the most out of Microsoft's new operating system.
Can Windows 8.1 avoid the fate of Windows 8? Take a look at Microsoft's newest OS.
Microsoft hopes to improve on Windows 8's lackluster first year with Windows 8.1. But is Microsoft's new OS right for you?
Microsoft's new Student Advantage program means schools that license Office 365 for staff can now provide the software to students at no additional cost.
Microsoft's Windows Phone update sets the stage for a wave of phablets, while a new developers' program could help address the platform's app gap.
As Mac sales fall, clues mount that Apple is prepping a 13-inch iPad-laptop hybrid. Microsoft, HP and Dell can't be happy about that.
The PC market continues to slump but not all PC makers are suffering equally. We break down the winners and losers.
HP CEO Meg Whitman tells analysts the company's revenue will accelerate by 2015, discusses competitive relationship with Microsoft, Intel.
Microsoft can still win with an iPad version of Office, but only if the touch interface is exceptional.
Microsoft updates Azure, Windows Server and other enterprise products as part of aggressive push into cloud market valued at $2 trillion.
Microsoft's Surface tablets gain a bit of momentum, but Microsoft faces new competition from Dell and continuing heat from Apple.
Microsoft also reveals that financial and market share problems caused a hit to Ballmer's annual bonus.
Major Microsoft investors reportedly want Bill Gates to step down as chairman. Patience may be running out for "devices and services" transition.
Windows 7 gained more ground than Win 8 in September, according to Net Applications data. Will that change once Win 8.1 debuts in October?
HP's new enterprise laptops prioritize both enterprise IT security needs and user experience.