Profile of Michael EndlerAssociate Editor, InformationWeek.com
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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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 April 2014
Microsoft issues its first Office for iPad update, including much-requested printing support, just 33 days after the apps launch.
Microsoft bumps OneDrive for Business capacity to 1 TB per user -- and draws the ire of Box CEO Aaron Levie.
Hackers are already exploiting a new Internet Explorer flaw. Microsoft promises a fix -- but not for Windows XP.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's plan to juggle Windows, cross-platform services, and the Internet of Things is coming into focus.
Microsoft's Q3 beat expectations. Strong performers include cloud products and Xbox, but Surface and consumer PC sales still pose a problem.
Microsoft's long-rumored Surface Mini could debut next month, based on new Amazon listings for accessories.
Microsoft has been on fire lately, but new CEO Satya Nadella will face questions during Thursday's earnings announcement about Windows XP, Nokia, Surface, and other trouble spots.
Microsoft may restore the Start menu to Windows 8 and launch a cloud-based version of the OS by this fall.
Microsoft claims Bing can predict the future, but it is starting out with soft questions like who will win The Voice.
Microsoft maneuvers to keep Office on top, touting data analysis power, tweaking office 365, and more. What do the moves mean to you?
Windows 8.1 Update offers the best blend of legacy and Modern apps yet -- but only if your device is properly configured.
Microsoft tries to become a power player in the brave new world of Internet-connected sensors, using a cloud-based Internet of Things management service, Azure Intelligent Systems.
Microsoft's new tools aim to serve all users -- not just data scientists -- extracting insight from big data sets and the Internet of Things.
Microsoft made progress during the past few weeks but still has important things to prove. For starters, think Start screen and wearables.
Microsoft releases arcade-style game in lighthearted attempt to discourage use of outdated operating system. Can you beat the blue screen of death?
Microsoft's Windows 8.1 update will try to tempt non-touch users, including those transitioning away from Windows XP.
After 12 years, Windows XP officially becomes an unsupported OS. Here's what you need to know, from old PCs to dicey ATMs.
Will free Windows licenses, the Internet of Things, Cortana, and other announcements put Microsoft back on the right track?
From a new Start menu to Cortana to the Internet of Things, Microsoft previewed the future of Windows this week at Build.
Cloud-based, mobile-friendly system gives sales force greater insight into the drugmaker's customers. One of eight profiles of InformationWeek Elite 100 Business Innovation Award winners.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made a good impression last week, but at Build he'll need more than rhetoric to reconcile new cross-platform tactics with Windows' future.
With Windows 9, new developer tools, and a competitor to Apple's Siri, Microsoft could come out swinging at the Build conference.
Microsoft Outlook Web App now can "learn" which emails you want to read, plus allow more in-app collaboration.