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.

How PayPal beats the bad guys with machine learning

JavaScript experts: Microsoft's new Spartan browser rocks

JavaScript experts: Microsoft's new Spartan browser rocks

Nobody knows JavaScript like the folks at Famo.us, and the JavaScript engine and rendering pipeline in Windows 10's Spartan browser blew them away

How to succeed with microservices architecture

How to succeed with microservices architecture

Developer empowerment is a key part of the microservices trend, says Nginx's Owen Garrett, who offers lessons learned from real world implementations

Scenes from the Docker revolution

Scenes from the Docker revolution

Docker is enjoying the kind of success most enterprise startups can only dream of. But when will its benefits be seen in production?

6 reasons why improving security is so hard

6 reasons why improving security is so hard

The best practices for enterprise security are well known. So why are so few companies implementing them?

Calling all developers: Let us know what you think

Calling all developers: Let us know what you think

Developers, are you curious where your profession is headed? Then take our survey covering everything from hot languages to devops -- and be the first to see the results

Walmart doubles down on OpenStack

Walmart doubles down on OpenStack

After migrating one of the world's largest e-commerce operations to OpenStack last year, Walmart's technologists hungrily anticipate the latest improvements as the project evolves

IBM shapes its cloud for the enterprise

IBM shapes its cloud for the enterprise

At IBM's InterConnect show in Vegas, IBM added to its tall stack of cloud and analytics technology, while offering aid to enterprises straining to keep up with the pace of change

Why the opportunities for ops are better than ever

Why the opportunities for ops are better than ever

Some worry the cloud threatens to automate ops out of existence. In reality, the nature of the job is changing -- and big new opportunities are opening

Call for entries: The 2015 Enterprise Architecture Awards

Call for entries: The 2015 Enterprise Architecture Awards

Has your organization benefited from an enterprise architecture initiative? Then tell us your story by entering the 2015 InfoWorld/Forrester Enterprise Architecture Awards

Get ready for the new stack

Get ready for the new stack

Almost overnight, a new constellation of container-based cloud technologies has landed, threatening to supplant the old VM-based model. Your developers are probably already giving it a spin

Reducing technical debt with microservices

Reducing technical debt with microservices

To meet project deadlines, everyone cuts a few corners and pledges to 'fix it later.' Paying off that technical debt can be easier with microservices architecture

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