IBM’s PureSystems—an Impressive First Year
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published May 16, 2013
The one-year-old solution has already achieved quite a bit of success.
Provident Security Tosses iPhone for BlackBerry: The Critical Speed Advantage
By Rob Enderle | Mobile/Wireless Article Published April 30, 2013
In certain industries, BlackBerry's messaging speed make it the obvious choice for employee devices.
Intel Moves to Revolutionize Networking
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published April 17, 2013
The trends toward SDN and NFV could have major implications for telecommunications, as well as other networks.
Thin Clients Are Back—It's About Time
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published April 4, 2013
All the pieces are in place for thin clients to take off.
The Final Death of Paper: Why Has it Been So Hard to Create the Paperless Office?
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published March 29, 2013
The rise of mobile devices is finally leading to a reduction in the use of paper.
How to Present to Industry Analysts
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published March 6, 2013
There's an art to creating an event that is informative, convincing and entertaining.
NVIDIA’s New Headquarters: Picking a Great Place to Work
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published February 21, 2013
Where you work can have as large an impact on your quality of life as your salary and benefits do.
Private Dell + Microsoft: Now This Could Be Interesting
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published January 23, 2013
A Dell-Microsoft deal could result in better products from both firms. Should Apple be worried?
The Biggest Enterprise IT Announcements at CES
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published January 10, 2013
Smart IT managers will be paying attention to the heftier tablets, graphics servers, table PCs and in-car DVRs on display at CES.
Michael Dell at Dell World 2012: CEO Keynote 101
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published December 13, 2012
The Dell CEO showed other technology leaders how a keynote is done.
Fixing HP: The Back Story
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published November 29, 2012
Whitman can fix HP, but in order to do, so she'll have to undo the damage HP boards have done over a decade.
The Rebirth of Microsoft: Sinofsky’s Departure
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published November 14, 2012
The departure of its Windows chief could herald Microsoft's transformation into a far more powerful company.
AMD + ARM: Creating the Next Generation of Cloud Servers
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published November 1, 2012
AMD's decision to launch servers that utilize ARM technology could radically change the industry landscape.
Social Media vs. Big Data Analytics in US Presidential Election
By Rob Enderle | Networks Article Published October 15, 2012
Neither side has mastered the full potential of combining these two emerging technologies.
HP CEO Meg Whitman Makes Key Steps in Turn-Around Effort
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published October 3, 2012
HP has too many products, under-performing financials and inadequate metrics. But Whitman has outlined a plan that is under execution.
Death of the Big Three Server Market is Premature
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published September 19, 2012
Young tech companies tend to have to relearn lessons that older hands learned long ago.
Getting Ready for Windows 8
By Rob Enderle | Applications Article Published August 24, 2012
The tablet-friendly Windows 8 has potential to significantly alter the tech industry.
The Future of Itanium
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published August 8, 2012
The processor’s future will be influenced by vendor maneuvering.
EMC, Cisco, and SAP HANA -- And Oracle Collateral Damage
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published July 30, 2012
Recent moves in the big data sector, and a potentially tough climate for Oracle.
Lenovo: The Surprising Advantage of Doing Your Own Manufacturing
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published July 10, 2012
Tech titans be warned: Outsourcing tech manufacturing offers challenges as well as advantages.
HP's Project Moonshot: The Future of Small and Large Scale Servers
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published June 28, 2012
Project Moonshoot could provide HP with a significant advantage in the computer server market.
TechEd and Windows Azure: Suddenly the Clouds Open....
By Rob Enderle | Cloud Article Published June 18, 2012
Microsoft’s Azure Hybrid Cloud offering appears promising, especially for businesses struggling with the complication of Cloud deployment.
Windows 8 Will Drive Massive Hardware Shift. Who Wins?
By Rob Enderle | Features Article Published June 4, 2012
It’s not yet clear what hardware configuration, touch or otherwise, will benefit most from Windows 8 adoption.
Vindication for Intel's Future-Seeing Dr. Genevieve Bell
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published May 15, 2012
The Intel technologist was honored by Women in Technology International for work in integrating the human element into technology.
Editorial: Google's 'Rogue Engineer' Policy and Why It Isn't Enterprise Class
By Rob Enderle | Security Article Published May 2, 2012
News accounts of an alleged privacy breach by Google suggest that the company's governance structure is not well defined.
VSPEX: EMC Uses VCE Creativity to Build Channel Focus
By Rob Enderle | Data Center Article Published April 19, 2012
EMC has created a custom solution package for its channel partners.