Esther Schindler

Esther Schindler, Druva's editor, has been writing for the tech press since 1992, and has been editor at industry publications since the late 90s. Her name is on the cover of about a dozen books, most recently The Complete Idiot's Guide to Twitter Marketing.

Esther quilts (with enthusiasm if little skill), is a top Amazon reviewer, and is an avid foodie. She works from her home in Scottsdale, Arizona, with one of two cats on her lap.

Recent Posts by Esther Schindler

  • What Buckminster Fuller Taught Me About User Experience and Customer Support

    With any workflow problem, the aim is to work as efficiently as possible – not in a “buzzword” way,...

  • Protecting Corporate Data…When an Employee Leaves

    When someone leaves the company, the HR department is quick to grab the employee’s laptop. But what about the...

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    Computing Everywhere: Contemplating the Future of Endpoint Management

    Mobile devices are becoming more-and-more a vital part of enterprise computing. And, reports a researcher speaking at the Gartner...

  • Pursuing Digital Ethics: How Not To Mess Up with Technology

    Do you worry that the tech industry has forgotten to pay attention to the ethical consequences of technology decisions?...

  • The Gartner Symposium Tschotke Report

    Technology, schmecknology. Half of the fun of attending a tech event is discovering the swag that vendors hand out...

  • Remember Backing Up to Diskettes? I’m Sorry. I Do, Too.

    “The good old days of personal computing” doesn’t apply to the amount of manual effort required to backup a...

  • Watching Druva Grow: an employee retrospective

    It’s exciting to be part of a tech startup that grows quickly and successfully. But that means a lot...

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    How Developers and IT Think Differently about Security — and Why It Matters

    Despite the number of application security breaches that find their way into the news, most developers care passionately about...