Profile of Fritz NelsonVice President, Editorial Director InformationWeek Business Technology Network
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Fritz Nelson is a former senior VP and editorial director of the InformationWeek Business Technology Network.
Articles by Fritz Nelson
posted in November 2011
Meg Whitman's HP is focused more on the next decade than the next quarter, she says. And her HP has plenty of use for the personal systems business.
With this tiny wearable camera and your Android phone, you can live broadcast to friends and family--even while riding a mountain bike.
Michael Dell talks customer outcomes, not infrastructure, as he sits down with InformationWeek editors--but he's got plenty of PC fight left in him.
Two years ago, Dell talked up a transformational message--that fell flat, reinforcing its image as little more than a box pusher. Now it's clear that Dell has stayed the course.
Workday's SaaS lineup catches the eye of even conservative IT chiefs, while NASA builds an app store for scientists, and RIM moves MDM off premise. That's no hype.
Windows 8 borrows ideas from the shiny new world of tablets, but bumps up against old-world IT concerns around upgrades.
I'm trying everything from tweaks to battery packs to give my iPhone 4S more juice. Let's hope Apple doesn't tell me I'm holding it wrong.