Over a decade of writing and editing experience within the fast-changing and vital technology industry, covering some of the most important technology trends of our time and helping other writers make the most out of their efforts. Able to explain complex technological developments from a business point-of-view as well as to people who just bought their first smartphone. Opposed to the designated hitter.
Benjamin Pimentel is a senior technology reporter at Business Insider. He covers the major players in enterprise tech and the data center and cloud computing markets, including Oracle, Intel, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Cisco and Nvidia. He also covered technology and Silicon Valley for the San Francisco Chronicle and Dow Jones MarketWatch.
Ingrid is a writer and editor for TechCrunch, joining February 2012, based out of London. Before TechCrunch, Ingrid worked at paidContent.org, where she was a staff writer, and has in the past also written freelance regularly for other publications such as the Financial Times. Ingrid covers mobile, digital media, advertising and the spaces where these intersect. When it comes to work, she feels most comfortable speaking in English but can also speak Russian, Spanish and French (in descending order of competence).
Thor Olavsrud covers data analytics, business intelligence, and data science for CIO.com. He resides in New York.
Linda Tucci oversees coverage for TechTarget's award-winning SearchCIO news site. A technology journalist since 2005, she has closely followed the rapidly changing technology environment and its impact on the CIO role, with a special focus on emerging tech. Over the years, she has covered the impact of consumer technology on enterprise IT strategy, the rise of big data, the arrival of IoT and the resurgence of AI. Under Linda's guidance, the site's in-depth reporting on how technology creates business value has made it an important resource for IT and business leaders driving digital transformation. Prior to joining TechTarget, she was a business columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Future Trends research @InfoTechRG. Former Editorial Director at @itworldca. Believe in the power of data analytics. Reserved by nature, but friendly enough.
Roberto Torres is a reporter for CIO Dive, covering the software industry, data analytics and the future of technology. A native Venezuelan, he now lives in Philadelphia with frequent stops in D.C. You're likely to find him on Twitter.
Naomi Eide edits CIO Dive with busy executives in mind. She keeps pace with the ever-changing world of tech; from emerging cyberthreats to sussing out the impact of future tech on business. Originally from Washington state, Naomi moved to the capital area to pursue her Master's in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park. When she's not performing on the bassoon with a local orchestra, Naomi is crushing culinary competitions (Industry Dive pie contest champion, two years running). Editor for CIO Dive, a publication that covers enterprise technology, including cloud computing, cybersecurity and big data.
Serdar Yegulalp is a senior writer at InfoWorld, covering software development and operations tools, machine learning, containerization, and reviews of products in those categories. Before joining InfoWorld, Serdar wrote for the original Windows Magazine, InformationWeek, the briefly resurrected Byte, and a slew of other publications. When he's not covering IT, he's writing SF and fantasy published under his own personal imprint, Genji Press.
Tim Higgins is a reporter at The Wall Street Journal covering tech and autos. He focuses on Tesla and auto-tech as well as AI and big data. Prior to joining the Journal, Higgins wrote about the 2016 presidential campaigns for Bloomberg Businessweek. He also covered Apple in San Francisco and General Motors in Detroit for Bloomberg News.
Steve Lohr has covered technology, business and economics for The New York Times for more than 20 years. In 2013, he was part of the team awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting. He was a foreign correspondent for a decade and served as an editor, and has written for magazines including The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic and Washington Monthly.
Writer of USA TODAY's personal tech column, which appears in the Money section of USA TODAY and online at USATODAY.com. I am a feature writer/reporter on numerous other tech stories and appear regularly in USA TODAY videos and podcasts. I'm the author of Macs For Dummies (Wiley Publishing), and Palm Pre: The Missing Manual (O'Reilly) and co-author of iPhone For Dummies (Wiley) and iPad For Dummies (Wiley). I am a frequent guest as a tech expert/pundit on television and radio.
Stacey joined TechTarget's Storage media group in May 2017 as managing editor for Storage magazine and is now senior site editor of the SearchStorage website. She previously spent several decades as managing editor and executive editor at InformationWeek, and then served as executive editor in charge of the content publishing group at UBM Americas. Stacey has a bachelor of philosophy degree from Miami University in Ohio and a Master of Arts from Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced international Studies in Washington, D.C.
Jordan Novet is a CNBC technology reporter specializing in artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and Microsoft and other enterprise software companies and products.
Tiernan Ray has been covering technology and business for over 24 years. He was most recently technology editor for Barron's where he wrote daily market coverage for the Tech Trader blog and wrote the weekly print column of that name. He has also worked for Bloomberg and SmartMoney, and for the prestigious ComputerLetter newsletter covering venture capital investments in tech. His work has been published in the New York Times, Fortune magazine, and CNN Money. He is a graduate of Princeton University and a native of New York City.
I'm a freelance technology/video game/business writer. I write for Fortune, PCMag, Tom's Guide, and eWEEK.
Mae Rice is a tech writer for Built In. She joined the company in 2019, and is especially interested in marketing tech. Previously, she was an associate editor at Chicagoist.
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