Scot Finnie

Scot Finnie, former Editor in Chief of Computerworld, is a freelance writer with decades of experience covering the IT industry.

AI-powered data analytics: Inside this transformative trend

50, and proud of it

50, and proud of it

We've come up with a uniquely Computerworld way to celebrate the magazine's golden anniversary, one we'll be rolling out over the course of 2017.

The 'Late 2016' MacBook Pro isn't exciting, but still leads by example

The 'Late 2016' MacBook Pro isn't exciting, but still leads by example

Apple's latest MacBook Pros might not be as pedestrian as they seem.

Has Google finally found enterprise religion?

Has Google finally found enterprise religion?

Google has known for some time that the enterprise is where the money is, but it sure hasn't shown it in the past. That looks to be changing.

Long-term review: The Dell XPS 15 Touch is the laptop to beat

Long-term review: The Dell XPS 15 Touch is the laptop to beat

Dell's new XPS 15 Touch laptop is lightweight and powerful, with one of the best touch screen displays around. In fact, our reviewer declared it the finest Windows laptop he's ever used.

The first 29 days of Windows 10

The first 29 days of Windows 10

For a version of Windows on which Microsoft placed so much emphasis on upgrades, Windows 10 has a remarkable set of post-upgrade problems.

IT Leadership: It’s All About Business Value

IT Leadership: It’s All About Business Value

It’s a lot of work to prime your IT organization for business, but it’s well worth the pain.

Microsoft Awakes

Microsoft Awakes

The company is finding its way again. It’s already a power in cloud computing. Could it finally begin to master mobile?

A Call for Mobile Innovation

A lot more innovation is desperately needed for mobile hardware design and platforms. Are Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft up to the task?

5 Tips for Developing Successful Mobile Apps

The world has endured the release of a whole lot of mediocre, or even useless, mobile apps. It's time to consider some best practices for app development.

Personal Data Syncing to the Cloud is Broken; Let's Fix it

The vendors behind sync services seem to be more interested in positioning their wares against competitors than in delivering solid services that integrate with a variety of platforms.

Where Will IT Be in 5 Years?

With Computerworld celebrating its 45th birthday this year, I got to thinking: What will the state of IT be in five years?

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