Craig Stinson

Craig Stinson is a contributing editor of PC Magazine. Stinson writes about decision-support, personal productivity, reference, and educational software. He is the author or coauthor of more than fifteen books on Windows and Excel, including The Windows 2000 Expert Companion and Excel Version 2002 Inside Out (both from Microsoft Press).

Leave Security to Insiders

Protecting networks from outside attack is far too important to just run "by the numbers." Although a lot of discussion about firewall and VPN appliances involves performance numbers—and these...

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Top 10 Edge Computing Companies of 2022

Edge computing companies enable distributed computing throughout a network, including to the very edge – hence the name. Rather than process data in massive data...

Tableau’s Jackie Yeaney and Data Society’s Merav Yuravlivker on Improving Data Literacy

I spoke with Jackie Yeaney, CMO of Tableau, and Merav Yuravlivker, CEO of Data Society, about what it means to be “fluent” in data...

Data Mining Techniques

Data mining is the umbrella term for the process of gathering raw data and transforming it into actionable information. Due to the dramatic growth...

What is Data Mining?

As IT departments and businesses across all sectors handle larger quantities of raw data, processes have been created to turn this data into useful...

AIOps Provides a Path To Fully Autonomous Networks

If you’re an IT professional, you’ve heard of AIOps or artificial intelligence for IT operations. The term, originally devised by Gartner in 2017, describes...