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 September 2012
ThinkSmart's technology taps big data analytics to give brick-and-mortar retailers a better grasp on where customers are and what piques their interest.
AMD's AppZone taps BlueStacks tech to bring popular Android apps to PCs. What does that mean for Microsoft's new Windows app marketplace?
Intel eyes more share in mobile market with new Clover Trail chips that promise longer battery life for Windows 8 smartphones, tablets, and hybrid devices.
As mobile device management and mobile application management choices become overwhelming, consider these key issues.
Exploit that triggers certain Samsung Galaxy smartphones to reset poses fewer risks than initially reported.
HP's new desktop and mobile PCs offer budget-friendly options for enterprise users.
RIM added new features to its Mobile Fusion and Enterprise Server products on Thursday, hoping to stop the bleeding as it heads toward BlackBerry 10 release.
Dell bets that its new enterprise-oriented Latitude devices can help it reclaim market share from the BYOD crowd.
Intel reverses position, says future versions of Atom chips will support Linux and Android.
Plantronics wants to do more than merely connect calls, supplements its headsets with new apps that simplify CRM processes and harness users' social networks.
Intel Developer Form keynote outlines a future of wire-free workspaces, high-speed transfers, and network connections that unite virtually all devices.
Microsoft plays it safe, promises fix to IE 10 Flash exploit prior to new OS's general release.
Guided Access feature can turn an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch into a locked-down, single-purpose device. With or without MDM software, what does that mean for enterprises?
At Intel Developer Forum, the chip giant charted a roadmap in which it strives to reach "all of humanity." Take a look at the technologies, from voice to touch, that Intel's taking along for the ride.
At Taleo World, Oracle shares its roadmap for human capital management (HCM) software, an increasingly hot area that rivals Salesforce.com, IBM, and SAP all would like to dominate.
Intel unveiled Haswell chips, which it said will help revolutionize the tablet and PC markets, and painted a future in which its technology touches every person on Earth.
New MobileManager tools extend remote collaboration, such as native Microsoft SharePoint access, to Android devices.
Massive, first-of-its-kind study seeks to measure the effectiveness of global Internet use and express a vision of the ideal Web.
Good Technology enhances mobile device management portfolio by adding end-to-end IT control and tools for better teamwork among remote employees.
Many recently discovered threats update old tactics. Android devices the most popular targets.
Intel and partner IDT build chipsets for Wireless Charging Technology, which won't be available until next year. Will other wireless power standards beat them to market?