Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Rob Enderle

As President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Group, Rob provides regional and global companies with guidance in how to create credible dialogue with the market, target customer needs, create new business opportunities, anticipate technology changes, select vendors and products, and practice zero dollar marketing. For over 20 years Rob has worked for and with companies like Microsoft, HP, IBM, Dell, Toshiba, Gateway, Sony, USAA, Texas Instruments, AMD, Intel, Credit Suisse First Boston, ROLM, and Siemens.

How the EU Commission Made Microsoft Stronger

At TechEd last week it was clear that Microsoft has changed dramatically since the EU Commission got involved. The changes appear to have created a competitive...

iPad vs. Microsoft Tablet: Microsoft Mistakes and the Future PC

At the All Things Digital (D8) conference this week, Steve Jobs eluded to a touch screen monitor/PC he was bringing to market and also made...

Why IBM, Microsoft and SAP Like Oracle’s Apple Strategy With Sun

Earlier this week I got word that Oracle was ceasing the Sun Solaris licensing deals with other hardware vendors. This reminded me a great...

Michael Capellas and EMC/Cisco/VMware’s Ambitious Partnership

There are two models that continue to fight it out in the technology space. The original model had each vendor heavily vertically integrated; this model was initially championed...

Will Apple Buy AMD?

I get to sit in on a lot of analyst meetings and the increasing theme of many of them is that the market is moving back towards...

Does the Internet Need a ‘No Jerk’ Rule?

John Gordon, who goes by @bluedonkey on Twitter (I have no idea why), asked an interesting and recurring question:“Why do people feel the need to...

Could David Roman Enable Lenovo to Rival Apple?

This morning I had a Holy Crap moment when I read that David Roman had left HP and joined Lenovo. Of all the folks in the...

How the HP Tablet Could Conquer the Apple iPad

I think if you were to poll people on whether the HP Tablet or Apple iPad will be most successful, the majority would likely guess Apple, and...

Do Palm’s Struggles Forecast Apple’s Post Jobs Decline?

Palm dramatically lowered guidance this week amid speculation about the company’s future.A little over a year ago at CES they launched the Palm Pre, which...

The World According to Intel

For several days I’ve been at the annual Intel analysts’ event held on Intel’s campus in Silicon Valley. Intel is clearly upbeat about their...

Learning from Steve Jobs’s Success

Although I’m writing this before the launch, the Apple tablet is likely the biggest bet the company has made in its existence.It anticipates a future that is...

CES and the Death of the PC

CES was back this year with a vengeance. Typically IT doesn’t care much about CES, but this year probably should be different: What CES launched...

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