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.

Cisco's CTO charts a new direction

The best enterprise products, projects, and services -- all in one place

The best enterprise products, projects, and services -- all in one place

For the 15th year in a row, our expert contributors call out the top enterprise tech in InfoWorld's Technology of the Year Awards

Climbing the hybrid cloud on-ramp

Climbing the hybrid cloud on-ramp

To go hybrid, you can build a bridge between public and private clouds yourself -- or try your luck with new, ready-made hybrid plays

2016: The year we see the real cloud leaders emerge

2016: The year we see the real cloud leaders emerge

Amazon, Google, and Microsoft know what it means to run hyperscale public clouds, while IBM is learning. Which will capture the enterprise as it lurches skyward?

Get real! Prioritize your security risks rationally

Get real! Prioritize your security risks rationally

The past year brought more frightening exploits than any in recent memory. The only effective way to protect yourself is to accurately prioritize your risks

Why I'm holding off on Windows 10

Why I'm holding off on Windows 10

Last-minute shopping? While Windows 10 crushes Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 users should think twice before jumping on the 10 train just yet

2015 was a banner year for the cloud

2015 was a banner year for the cloud

All the leading clouds added major new capabilities as adoption ramped up -- and one major player bowed out

Linux Foundation: Shaping our software-defined future

Linux Foundation: Shaping our software-defined future

Open source will dominate the next phase of enterprise computing -- and the Linux Foundation's growing ecosystem of infrastructure software projects will play a crucial role

9 enterprise tech trends for 2016 and beyond

9 enterprise tech trends for 2016 and beyond

Enterprise technology development keeps racing ahead, and this year's forecast explains how most of it will be wrapped in the cloud

Oracle insider: We're not walking the cloud talk

Oracle insider: We're not walking the cloud talk

An unsolicited source inside Oracle blasts the company's cloudwashing -- and Oracle's habit of announcing cloud solutions way before their time

Yes, Oracle is finally serious about the cloud

Yes, Oracle is finally serious about the cloud

By adding Elastic Compute and other IaaS options to the mix, Oracle hopes to hang on to its enterprise customers and usher them into the cloud era

LinkedIn learns to do devops right

LinkedIn learns to do devops right

Bruno Connelly, vice president of engineering at LinkedIn, describes how transforming operations gave rise to a new, hyperscale Internet platform

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