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 August 2014
As the cloud storage wars rage on, Microsoft looks to make OneDrive and OneDrive for Business more cohesive, starting on Android.
HP tries to grow its lead in server market with ProLiant Gen9 servers that offer more computing power and lower costs.
Microsoft's upcoming Windows Threshold operating system reportedly will merge Windows Phone and Windows RT into one user interface for ARM-based mobile devices.
Microsoft may be working on a cloud-based version of Windows to go alongside Office 365. What would be in it for customers?
As Windows Phone loses market share, Microsoft exec says HTC One (M8) and other new flagship devices could bolster demand.
Opera Software's Opera Mini browser will replace Nokia's Xpress on Nokia feature phones, but Microsoft's long-term plan for old Nokia products is unclear.
Microsoft again updates OneNote, moves towards goal of popularizing the app across all platforms.
Former Microsoft CEO -- and newly minted LA Clippers owner -- Steve Ballmer steps down from the board but will remain Microsoft's largest individual shareholder.
Leaked specs show what a budget-friendly Windows device might offer. Is it enough to stem surging Chromebook sales?
Microsoft will reportedly release its next version of Windows as a public preview by this fall. Here's what we know about the next version of Windows.
Internet Explorer hasn't been able to shake its reputation as a buggy browser because users refuse to upgrade to cleaner versions -- despite their complaints. Microsoft says rebranding is on the table.
Cisco's Q4 earnings beat analyst estimates, but company plans to lay off 8% of its workforce.
In response to customer concerns, Microsoft won't start blocking ActiveX controls in IE until September.
Dell bolsters its workstation comeback with new tower and rack systems that are among the first to feature fast DDR4 RAM.
Microsoft will fix two critical bugs on Patch Tuesday -- but not for Windows 8.1 users who haven't installed the Windows 8.1 Update.
Microsoft will drop support for older versions of Internet Explorer, but getting people to upgrade could be easier said than done.
Apple's Siri might soon appear on Macs if a new patent application is any indication.
Microsoft wants to open a store on NYC's Fifth Avenue, says report -- just weeks after CEO Satya Nadella said retail stores are a "supporting" part of his strategy.
The next version of Windows could add virtual desktops and kill Windows 8's controversial Charms Bar.
Microsoft will release a constant stream of Windows 8.1 updates, not a major "Update 2." No word on the Start menu.
BlackBerry is finally ready to resume growth, says CEO Chen -- but first the company must overcome its crumbling device business.
With discounts of at least $150 available across the Surface Pro 3 line, Microsoft hopes its newest tablet can become a hit among students and teachers.
Microsoft claims Samsung is trying to renege on its obligation to pay patent licensing fees. Could the billions Microsoft earns from Android-related patents be at stake?
A ruling that Microsoft must turn over emails in a foreign data center could cost US businesses billions and make a mess of international law, experts say.
Office for iPad includes better pivot table support and expanded presentation tools, but can it maintain momentum against free competitors?