Dynamic Computing Prepares to Embrace Mobile/Wireless
About the Author
Warren Wilson covers the fast changing mobile and wireless industry, focusing on high-opportunity business applications and the strategic linkage between dynamic computing and mobile/wireless solutions.
His ability to examine wireless trends and distill his findings into clear, concise insights makes him a sought-after speaker and a valuable resource for technology reporters. He has been quoted in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The San Jose Mercury-News, CNET, CRN, Forbes.com, InformationWeek, RCR Wireless News, TechWeb and USA Today.
Warren examines topics such as key applications driving adoption of mobile/wireless business solutions and vendor strategies for overcoming customer skepticism about investing in mobile/wireless solutions. His research focuses on the development of advanced wireless infrastructure and applications, how vendors will shape this development, and vendor strategies for achieving both near-term results and long-term advantage in wireless.
Warren joined Summit Strategies in 1998 after a 20-year career in journalism. At the Seattle Post-Intelligencer he wrote extensively about Microsoft and its legal challenges, including the antitrust action brought by the U.S. Department of Justice. Warren was also an editor at The Miami Herald, where he directed coverage of a wide range of public issues. Warren holds a bachelor's degree from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota.