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.

What Larry Ellison should do as Oracle CTO

Welcome to the new InfoWorld

Welcome to the new InfoWorld

Does something seem a little different? It’s an entirely new design, but the same great enterprise tech journalism you’ve come to rely on

What microservices architecture really means

A new buzzword expresses an old idea -- one that's already accelerating application development through the use of shared services

A telco as cloud powerhouse? CenturyLink might pull it off

Telcos have tried and failed to become enterprise cloud juggernauts, but CenturyLink's 'developers first' approach -- and plunge in to Docker -- may give it a shot

GitHub's new CEO: We're serious about the enterprise

In a few short years, GitHub has become the world's largest code repository. CEO Chris Wanstrath explains how GitHub is also helping enterprises revitalize their app dev efforts

Big databases jump on the JSON bandwagon

Database titans like Oracle and IBM can no longer ignore the NoSQL insurgents. Are their efforts to accommodate JSON serious, or superficial?

Get ready for Windows 9

The iPhone 6 may not hog the spotlight for long. Windows is still the workhorse of the business world -- and Windows 9 is coming sooner than you think

The rise of machines that learn

A new big data analytics startup, Adatao, reminds us that we're just at the beginning of a new phase of computing when systems become much, much smarter

What the enterprise startup surge really means

The billions are flowing again -- by some estimates, at twice the investment rate in enterprise startups we saw last year. Could this actually be a sign of maturity?

11 questions for MongoDB's CTO

The most popular NoSQL database, MongoDB, still draws skepticism from enterprise IT. CTO Eliot Horowitz answers those objections in an exclusive interview

Two glimmers of hope for enterprise security

Will the endless stream of security compromises ever stop? No single security product can deliver salvation, but two new solutions, PingID and Tanium, show real promise

IBM plus Apple: It's all about the apps

What will IBM on iOS look like? Phil Buckellew, vice president of IBM Enterprise Mobile, explains how IBM will deliver a new experience in enterprise applications

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