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 June 2014
Next version of Windows will remove Live Tiles from traditional PCs and laptops but keep the Start screen for hybrids and tablets, according to reports.
Apple will replace Aperture with OS X Yosemite's built-in Photos app, but the company says it remains committed to its professional customers.
Microsoft pledges to do better after frustrating customers with last week's Exchange Online and Lync Online outages.
Early adopters of Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 say the Windows device is working well as a tablet and an ultra-light laptop.
Dell made a flurry of security-minded announcements this week, highlighted by improvements to its Dropbox for Business integration.
Service disruptions with Microsoft's Exchange Online left many companies with no email on Tuesday.
Microsoft has boosted cloud storage and dropped prices. Is OneDrive now the best deal in town?
Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 is finally available. But just because you can replace your laptop with the Surface Pro 3 doesn't mean everyone will want to.
Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 User Guide includes several references to the Surface Mini -- but does Microsoft need to release a smaller tablet?
After a month of hype, Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 hits stores on Friday. Consider these facts before you pull out your wallet.
Microsoft unveils its Office 365 roadmap and First Release program to create a closer, more open relationship between the company and its customers.
Apple's new $1,099 iMac packs less computing power, but it could hit a sweet spot for many home and business users.
Microsoft drops Surface Pro 2 prices by $100 to $200, days ahead of Surface Pro 3 availability.
Microsoft's new data center technology promises to speed up Web services like Bing while keeping costs in check.
Microsoft's Office for iPad wins praise from productivity software users, but is it right for you? We compare the free alternatives from Apple and Google.
IE Developer Channel offers an early look at upcoming IE features and represents a more open attitude from Microsoft.
To create visual effects for the TV show Cosmos and next year's Jurassic Park sequel, Tippett Studio partnered with Dell to upgrade its infrastructure.
Apple's iOS 8 beta software suggests that iPads could soon offer split-screen multitasking.
Windows still reigns in the enterprise, but new data shows Macs gaining ground.
Microsoft may be prepping a 3D-sensing smartphone that lets users interact with it without touching the screen, according to company research and recent reports.
The Surface Pro 3 is the first Microsoft tablet to offer more than the sum of its parts.
After years of weak sales, will the PC industry finally bounce back with new Windows 8.1 hybrid devices?
Microsoft hyped its partners' new Windows 8.1 tablets and PCs. But are they enough to counter slumping PC sales and rising Chrome and Android adoption?
Intel's Core M chips will make Windows tablets lighter and thinner than ever, while its "Devil's Canyon" chips bring the speed.
Windows 8.1 finally has more users than Windows 8, but both lag far behind Windows XP and Windows 7.