Rob EnderleCIO

Rob Enderle is president and principal analyst of the Enderle Group. Previously, he was the Senior Research Fellow for Forrester Research and the Giga Information Group. Prior to that he worked for IBM and held positions in Internal Audit, Competitive Analysis, Marketing, Finance and Security. Currently, Enderle writes on emerging technology, security and Linux for a variety of publications and appears on national news TV shows that include CNBC, FOX, Bloomberg and NPR.

Hewlett-Packard can't afford to let competition keep winning

IBM came to Las Vegas for a recent event to do battle, while HP came to give executives face time. This was like bringing a knife to a gun fight.

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Why 2013 is RIM's BlackBerry year

The iPhone isn't that great and the Android OS is woefully insecure. Come Jan. 30, if mobile users take a hard look at their devices and then look at the new BlackBerry 10, RIM could be in for a windfall.

Portable all-in-one PCs to be the next big collaboration tool

The art of collaboration has retrogressed since the days of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The all-in-one PC--equal parts tablet and laptop--could mean the end of the speaker in front of the room nervously waiting for questions that knock him down a few pegs. That's a good thing, columnist Rob Enderle suggests.

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Windows 8 makes 'Windows' make sense -- Analysis

The operating system isn't the PC-centric product it has been since its inception -- it is a multi-platform offering that goes farther than anything either Apple or Google has attempted.

Dell, EMC, Cisco Tackle BYOD With Desktop Virtualization

As the Bring Your Own Device trend gains traction, Dell and EMC/Cisco are taking different approaches to desktop virtualization.

How Dell and HP Can Avoid Being Dragged Down by PCs

HP and Dell are falling behind in the PC market where others are thriving, but they can turn it around.

iPad vs. Ultrabook: Picking the Perfect Next-Gen Laptop

in Belize, an iPad proved the better product for communication, but for actually getting the job done a Toshiba Ultrabook won out.

Is Google Facing the Beginning of the End?

The annals of tech history are littered with one-time high-fliers that have either dropped off the map or limped away. Is Google the next Sun or Yahoo?