Ken Mingis

Executive Editor

Ken Mingis is Executive Editor at Computerworld and oversees the day-to-day operation of, and strategic planning for, our website.

The Weekly Wrap: Time to prep for Windows 10 Creators Update

Mingis on Tech: Hot tech skills for 2017

Mingis on Tech: Hot tech skills for 2017

Research from our exclusive Tech Forecast 2017 shows what IT skills will be most in demand in the year ahead. But the picture isn't necessarily rosy for everyone.

First look: The 13-in MacBook Pro's Touch Bar wows

First look: The 13-in MacBook Pro's Touch Bar wows

The innovative new Touch Bar in the MacBook Pro brings back something that's been missing from Macs in recent years: fun.

Mingis on Tech: Three new MacBook Pros and one angry man

Mingis on Tech: Three new MacBook Pros and one angry man

What happens when Apple rolls out stylish new laptops with all new hardware and features? One of Apple's biggest fans blows a fuse (and the other buys one).

To iPhone 7 or not?

To iPhone 7 or not?

Clearly, the iPhone 7 represents an evolutionary upgrade from the iPhone 6S. But does it evolve enough to tempt our intrepid Apple-centric executive news editor?

Mingis on Tech: Cars and autonomous driving don't always mix

Mingis on Tech: Cars and autonomous driving don't always mix

As automakers move in the direction Tesla pioneered with autonomous driving, a question arises: Is this really a good thing? Senior Writer Lucas Mearian gets into gear with Executive News Editor Ken Mingis about what's going on.

Mingis on Tech: The future of H-1Bs and the fate of IT

Mingis on Tech: The future of H-1Bs and the fate of IT

There's talk this year on the campaign trail about revising the H-1B visa program, but will any changes actually occur? And if so, will it even matter for an IT industry in flux?

Videocast: How top companies keep techies happy

Videocast: How top companies keep techies happy

Computerworld editors discuss trends in IT employee compensation, training and benefits at the organizations on this year's Best Places to Work in IT list.

Mingis on Tech: The littlest iPhone, mystery gadgets -- and a payphone?

Mingis on Tech: The littlest iPhone, mystery gadgets -- and a payphone?

Executive News Editor Ken Mingis chats with Apple expert Michael deAgonia about the new iPhone SE (in Rose Gold!) and takes Senior Editor Keith Shaw's gadget quiz.

Automakers go west in search of tech and talent

Automakers go west in search of tech and talent

As in-vehicle technologies evolve, and autonomous cars come closer to reality, the automotive industry is setting up shop where the developers are: in Silicon Valley.

Microsoft preps for Windows 10 upgrade push

Microsoft preps for Windows 10 upgrade push

As uptake of Windows 10 slows, Microsoft appears to be laying the groundwork for an aggressive effort to convince consumers to move on from Windows 7 and 8.1.

IBM bets on big data and IoT with Weather Company acquisition

IBM bets on big data and IoT with Weather Company acquisition

Through its deal to acquire Weather.com and other digital assets of The Weather Company, IBM shows that it is serious about big data and the Internet of Things.

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