"A multimillion-dollar security infrastructure, built and maintained by one of the world’s largest retailers ... was brought to its knees by a cheap software package created by a teenager using a common development language."
- ComputerworldNational Correspondent, 2000 - present
Robert L. Mitchell, national correspondent, writes in-depth technology features, reviews and a blog at Computerworld. He writes on a wide range of topics, including analytics, emerging technologies, green IT and building energy efficient data centers. His more than 25 years of IT experience has included an engagement as the manager of business development for an IT services firm as well as senior editorial positions at Network World and BYTE Magazine.
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- University Of New HampshireEconomics/English, 1978 - 1982
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