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 November 2013
The tablet market is more crowded than ever. Use our eight tips to avoid buyers' remorse this holiday season.
Microsoft Surface tablets are still getting crushed by the iPad, web use data shows.
Microsoft's Xbox One isn't just about taking over the living room. It's a proving ground for CEO Steve Ballmer's "One Microsoft" vision.
Microsoft's cloud services, including Xbox Live, were disrupted Thursday due to a DNS error.
Microsoft's Surface 2 is a big improvement, but it's not for everyone.
Microsoft directors want Alan Mulally to shepherd the company through its restructuring while an insider is groomed for the CEO role, reports say.
Consumer PC sales are down, but Dell sees potential for its workstations in the film industry.
Microsoft's Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 represent big improvements over the originals, but they still make sense only for certain users.
Nokia shareholders have officially agreed to sell the company's device business to Microsoft. How much will Microsoft gain?
Microsoft Windows 8.1 is highly customizable -- but only if you know your way around its menus. Our tips help you get more from the new OS.
As Microsoft board closes in on a new CEO, the company's long-term strategy remains hazy.
SharePoint is used by most of the Fortune 500 -- so why do we still hate it so much? Here's how to make Microsoft's intranet platform work better for you.
Dell CEO Michael Dell took the company private to gain more independence from Wall Street investors. Now that the buyout's cleared, what moves can customers expect?
Microsoft's Windows 8.1 and Apple's OS X Mavericks both have grabbed market share quickly, according to Net Applications, but that doesn't mean they're on equal ground.