Profile of John EdwardsTechnology Journalist & Author
News & Commentary Posts: 22
John Edwards is a veteran business technology journalist. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and numerous business and technology publications, including Computerworld, CFO Magazine, IBM Data Management Magazine, RFID Journal, and Electronic Design. He has also written columns for The Economist's Business Intelligence Unit and PricewaterhouseCoopers' Communications Direct. John has authored several books on business technology topics. His work began appearing online as early as 1983. Throughout the 1980s and 90s, he wrote daily news and feature articles for both the CompuServe and Prodigy online services. His "Behind the Screens" commentaries made him the world's first known professional blogger.
Articles by John Edwards
Determining if your organization is an intelligent enterprise or a slow learner may be challenging, but a new index quantifies criteria in terms of data usage, workflow efficiency, and progress toward the IoT.
A study finds that 70% of all analytics data now comes from non-relational sources. What does that mean for you?
New tools help enterprises organize and maximize their expanding multiple cloud infrastructure.
Data governance strategy is rapidly shifting from the defense to the offense.
Enterprises turn to the hybrid cloud for disaster recovery, data archiving and other applications.
Designer Scott Schaedle feels that user interfaces would look and function much better if developers simply followed a handful of good design practices.
Reaching business goals, even surviving in an era of disruption, requires a tech-smart workforce.
The federal mortgage finance association becomes "Agile" to keep pace in a competitive field.
It takes internal "grit" to cope with business and technology changes. Lynn Christensen of Workday shares some advice on building resilience.
Corporate transformation seen as the best way to counter digital disruption and address other key challenges.
Tips for financial institutions or others heading for digital transformation.
Experts expect to see the shared database technology securely managing transactions in areas ranging from real estate to digital.
Sophisticated tools search for and pinpoint potential savings opportunities.
Why businesses should work to spread DevOps benefits across their entire organization.
The business communications giant breaks new ground in optimizing freight price quotes.
Tech companies need to work harder to attract and retain more minorities and women, says Interop ITX speaker Coco Brown.
An Interop ITX speaker believes that DevOps can help unified communication (UC) teams work together more efficiently and effectively on a wide range of issues and challenges.
The best approach to DevOps is one step at a time, and that is particularly true for a well-established enterprise.
Addressing the under-representation of women as technical practitioners, Interop ITX speaker Patricia Dugan outlines some of the issues that the IT and tech sectors need to address.
Determining DevOps' ultimate value to an organization is essential for receiving maximum benefits.
Learn why bad code is generally much better than no code all, except maybe in matters of life and death.
Everybody's talking about DevOps, but how many really understand how to build or deploy an effective strategy?