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 September 2011
Patent wars and wireless company mergers are the topic of discussion in this episode of BYTE wireless radio.
What's coming at Oracle's big confab next week--and what does enterprise IT really want? Our editors square off on Mark Hurd's plans.
BYTE Wireless Radio, episode 24: Our hosts discuss Amazon's new tablet, Apple's expected new iPhone, Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 Mango, and RIM.
Amazon's Kindle Fire cleanly carves out a spot for itself in a crowded tablet market—and leaves enterprise IT with some security to-do items.
Amazon unveiled its long-awaited tablet today--at the magic price point of $199. Check out these benefits, compromises, and surprises.
Oracle's fast, fast, fast server meets a blink-of-an-eye world that can't stop to breathe. But sometimes speed leads to a remarkable discovery.
InformationWeek's Fritz Nelson takes the InformationWeek 500 conference audience through some of the ups, downs, and downright flops that we saw from major tech vendors in 2011.
HP seems to be under the impression that it must be larger than life. But now, it must simply execute—and win back the loyalty of enterprise customers.
As Oracle has reshaped its business, some misconceptions have arisen, Hurd says. He wants to set you straight.
Hewlett-Packard's board is weighing giving CEO Leo Apotheker the boot after just 10 months, reports say.
As courtroom dramas and industry rivalries drag on, what CIOs really want is innovative ideas that fuel business growth.
The heat mounts on Google and AT&T. But for technology users, competition is often a better equalizer than a courtroom.
Everyone is suing everyone in the patent wars. What would Piscopo say? Check this out.