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 the author of hundreds of articles analyzing enterprise tech. Eric has received the Neal and Computer Press Awards for journalistic excellence.

Larry Ellison doubles down on the cloud

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd: We have the whole cloud stack

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd: We have the whole cloud stack

In an exclusive interview, CEO Mark Hurd offers the lowdown on Oracle's cloud strategy -- and the gamut of technologies it can bring to delivering cloud solutions

Want to transform your business? Ask an architect to lead

Want to transform your business? Ask an architect to lead

The sixth annual InfoWorld/Forrester Enterprise Architecture Awards brings you five winning initiatives that show the real meaning of transformation

Keep the faith: A vote for voting systems

Keep the faith: A vote for voting systems

Rising fear about Russian hacks of US voting systems could do as much damage as actual breaches, but only if we let it

For real this time? Oracle, VMware talk up the cloud

For real this time? Oracle, VMware talk up the cloud

Sure, AWS has a huge lead, but how many enterprise workloads does it run? Oracle and VMware tout hybrid schemes to capture them

Linux at 25: An ecosystem, not only an OS

Linux at 25: An ecosystem, not only an OS

InfoWorld celebrates the 25th birthday of Linux -- and the new generation of open source projects Linux enabled

The trouble with the hybrid cloud

The trouble with the hybrid cloud

To have a hybrid cloud, you need a private cloud -- but does one really need to be an extension of the other?

Devs love containers -- and ops should, too

Devs love containers -- and ops should, too

Docker containers have dramatically improved the efficiency of software development, and now pioneering ops folks are starting to see the benefits

The one big reason to switch to Windows 10

The one big reason to switch to Windows 10

Security is a mess. Windows 10 offers promising solutions -- with features based on Hyper-V that will fundamentally change enterprise security

The one big change in IT

The one big change in IT

A chat with IT consultant and former InfoWorlder Bob Lewis leads to a couple of entertaining revelations

Why cloud workload portability is a pipe dream

Why cloud workload portability is a pipe dream

Nobody likes lock-in, the risk of which has dogged the public cloud from the start. But even in the container era, can it really be prevented?

What serverless computing really means

What serverless computing really means

For developers, worrying about infrastructure is a chore they can do without. Serverless computing relieves that burden

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