Eric Knorr

Editor in Chief

Eric Knorr is the editor in chief for InfoWorld and has been with the publication since 2003. A technology journalist since the start of the PC era, he has developed content to serve the needs of IT professionals for the past decade. He is the former editor of PC World magazine, the creator of the best-selling The PC Bible, a founding editor of CNET, and a veteran of several dot-com follies. Eric has received the Neal and Computer Press Awards for journalistic excellence.

Celebrating the top software and hardware of the year

How the rise of open source could improve software security

How the rise of open source could improve software security

Openness by itself does not yield more secure code, but a new dependence on open source by major software players could ensure more rigorous scrutiny

Why 2015 will be the year of microservices

Why 2015 will be the year of microservices

Microservices architecture appeared on the radar in 2014 as a way to accelerate Web and mobile app dev. This year more organizations will realize the benefits

Microsoft turned the ship in 2014

Microsoft turned the ship in 2014

With new leadership and aggressive moves in cloud and open source, Microsoft is on a much better course than it was a year ago

Peering into the future of software development

Peering into the future of software development

InfoWorld introduces a new blog and a new downloadable guide to cover the fastest-moving area of enterprise tech

Fake clouds: The last gasp of client-server

Fake clouds: The last gasp of client-server

You call that a cloud? I don't think that word means what you think it means

9 key enterprise tech trends for 2015 and beyond

9 key enterprise tech trends for 2015 and beyond

Enterprise tech is developing at breakneck speed. Here are the trends that will make an impact for years to come

Can Amazon Web Services be stopped?

Can Amazon Web Services be stopped?

A deafening buzz at Amazon's re:Invent show and eye-popping AWS adoption numbers indicate overwhelming momentum

Why CoreOS is a game-changer in the data center and cloud

Why CoreOS is a game-changer in the data center and cloud

Offering Linux as a service, CoreOS has become the preferred distro for Docker -- and may go a long way toward making data centers more cloudlike

Why Microsoft Azure's embrace of open source is real

Why Microsoft Azure's embrace of open source is real

The new Microsoft: Azure CTO Mark Russinovich pursues a compelling vision -- enabled by Docker, Linux, and Google

Cloud and analytics galore: IBM finally reveals its master plan

Cloud and analytics galore: IBM finally reveals its master plan

At its big data event, IBM lays out an end-to-end cloud and analytics strategy, with a vision for the future that makes sense for developers and big enterprise customers

Why your future is in the public cloud

Why your future is in the public cloud

It's not a question of if, but of when: Most of enterprise computing will eventually be sucked up into the public cloud, kind of like the rapture in slow motion. This is not exactly a radical notion, but signs of a great skyward...

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