Alexander Wolfe    Online technology editor and writer
 

Contact information:
Alexander Wolfe
awolfe58@gmail.com





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Forbes.com Branded Content
(Complete list with links here.)

News-style branded

Ellison Unfurls In-Memory Database & Big Memory Machine At Oracle OpenWorld

Why Digital Disruption May Put You Out of Your Job And Into An Entrepreneurial Career

Big Data at Work: Decline of the HiPPO

Marcom tilt

#SocialShakeUp Stirring Brands To Build Better Customer Experiences

How SPARC M6 Accelerates Terabyte-Scale Computing

HR Transformation Elevating Human Capital Management To C-Suite

Exadata in Action: Chicago Mercantile Exchange

"Fun"

5 Pearls Of Ancient Wisdom For Modern CIOs

Steve Jobs Biopic & Other Top Tech Movie Classics

Computing 2113: Five Predictions For The Next Tech Century

More Forbes.com stories here.


Personal Tech Columns/Blogs/How-Tos (from InformationWeek.com)

Wolfe's Den: Mixed Review For Windows 7

Intel's Hottest Quad Core Ever: Build A QX6850 PC Without Busting Your Budget

Six Things You Didn't Know About Linux: A Beginners' Guide

Five Ways To Keep Your Google Searches Private


TV Appearances

Here's a clip talkin' iPad from MSNBC Sunday Morning on Dec. 27, 2009.

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Industry Analyst Reports

Alex is the also the author of two InformationWeek Analytics research reports: 2010 State of Server Technology, (June 2010) and IT Pro Ranking: Enterprise 2.0 Applications (Feb. 2011).


Mark of the Trade Press

Top Technologies To Watch In 2011

Branding Brilliance Behind Cisco's Borderless Networks

IBM Reloads Enterprise Branding

Inside HP's Converged Infrastructure

Q &A: Intel CTO Envisions On-Chip Data Centers

Wolfe's Den: Less Client, More Cloud For Microsoft After Windows 7

Why Intel's Reorg Puts Maloney In CEO Successor Seat


Essays

John Lennon, Then And Now
Originally TechWeb/InfoWeek; Dec. 8, 2005

Peacecheaters, Video Fireplaces
New York Times Op-Ed; Dec. 18, 1985


(Half a) Book

From Chips to Systems: An Introduction to Microcomputers
I did the second-edition update in 1987.