Doug Dineley

Executive Editor

Doug Dineley is an executive editor at InfoWorld, where he manages reviews.

Andreessen Horowitz bets big on cloud security

Silicon Valley venture capital firm invests $30M in CipherCloud, provider of data encryption for cloud services

Windows RT

A low-power Windows for low-power ARM processors

Software-defined networking

A programmable central control plane brings flexibility and automation to network management


Print to any Bonjour-enabled printer from any iOS device

Surprise! iOS and Android printing gotchas

You'd think mobile apps would treat printing as standardly as desktop software -- but they don't

Data deduplication

Turn terabytes of files into gigabytes of backups

Cloud monitoring

More sophisticated monitoring for more complex applications

Big data

Too much data, too little time


Parallel processing meets big data

Hybrid cloud

Extend your private cloud with public cloud services

Consumerization of IT

Information workers make technology decisions for themselves

Private cloud

Build the data center of your dreams

Michael Dell: We're a 'solutions' company

In an exclusive interview, CEO Michael Dell talks about his company's new direction and its plans to serve a diverse midmarket

How Windows 8 could change everything

Clues abound that Hyper-V is a foundation technology for Windows 8, enabling Microsoft to dominate a new era of desktop virtualization

Shocker from Redmond: Microsoft turns to Linux

Based on Ubuntu, the company's homegrown 'Winux' distribution will run native Windows applications through emulation

Google connects with Microsoft Office

Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office, in limited beta, brings cloud sharing and simultaneous editing to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Citrix fires up desktop virtualization

With its XenClient hypervisor, Citrix could eventually crush VMware's VDI approach to desktop virtualization -- but many questions remain

Best of Open Source Software Awards 2009

InfoWorld's 2009 Bossies spotlight today's Top 40 open source products for business and IT pros

The greatest open source software of all time

InfoWorld's Open Source Hall of Fame recognizes the 36 most important free open source software projects in history (and today)

Amerisure uses virtualization as a strategic technology, not mere cost-cutter

2009 InfoWorld CTO 25 Awards: Jack Wilson

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