Sally Wiener Grotta

Sally Wiener Grotta is a contributing editor of PC Magazine, a professional photographer, a digital artist, and an early pioneer in computer graphics. She has coauthored several books with Daniel Grotta, including The Illustrated Digital Imaging Dictionary (McGraw-Hill). Her expertise extends to digital cameras, scanners, printers, imaging and illustration software, Web graphics and authoring, 3-D graphics, and even biometrics.

Shutterbugs Dig High-Capacity Cards at PMA2003

If the annual Photo Marketing Association trade show (PMA) that wrapped up in early March was any sort of bellwether for the industry, then traditional film photography has officially...

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AMD Advantage Builds On The Intel Evo Trend

Intel Evo, as a program, was and is inspired in that it has broad applicability to the need to better assure an Apple-like experience...

VMware’s VP Craig Connors Discusses SASE and its Secure Web Gateway

There is arguably no hotter technology right now than secure access service edge (SASE).  One might think that the rise of work from home...

Arkose Labs’ Kevin Gosschalk: The Fight Against Online Fraud

I spoke with Kevin Gosschalk, CEO and founder, Arkose Labs, about the state of online fraud. Among the topics covered: What’s the state of...

Cognizant’s Paul Roehrig: Trends in Digital Transformation

I spoke with Paul Roehrig Head of Strategy, Cognizant Digital Business & Technology, about the complexities of digital transformation. In addition to defining the...

NVIDIA’s Manuvir Das: The Future of Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise

I spoke with Manuvir Das, Head of Enterprise Computing at NVIDIA, about the current state and future trends in enterprise artificial intelligence. Das also...