Johanna Ambrosio

Managing Editor, Technologies

Johanna Ambrosio is Computerworld's managing editor of technologies. In that role she assigns, edits and packages features about technologies that are, or shortly will be, important to our IT readers. Johanna's been a member of the IT press for over 20 years, covering just about every beat area imaginable, including "office automation" back in the day. Johanna made the leap to the Web as online editor of Computerworld in 1997 and has been there ever since.

2016 Premier 100 Tech Leader: Paul S. Raines

When it comes to security, trust but verify

When it comes to security, trust but verify

If you want to help employees do their best work, and appeal to Millennials both in and outside of IT, corporate assets should be fully available unless there's a good reason to limit access.

Survey: Big data interest still growing

Survey: Big data interest still growing

It's not all positive, however: Security issues and problems with some existing products leave room for improvement.

Premier 100 IT Leader: Faye K. Sahai

Premier 100 IT Leader: Faye K. Sahai

This IT leader says innovative ideas come from the entire organization, not just the tech team.

How to stay happy in IT: Book excerpts

How to stay happy in IT: Book excerpts

Warren C. Zabloudil, a hands-on IT practitioner with 25 years on the job, has written a book intended for both newbies and experienced pros alike. His goal: To help maintain the highest IT standards while avoiding burnout.

Best Places spotlight: A 'get-involved' attitude reigns at International Paper

Workers are encouraged to propose fresh ideas at the No. 34 large organization on Computerworld's 2014 Best Places to Work in IT list.

Self-publishing e-books: How to get started

Self-publishing has become an increasingly important industry for both individual authors and businesses who want to put out their own books. But how do you begin? Here are some tips for self-starters.

Premier 100 IT Leader: Ronald S. Chandler

No 'pocket-protector geek,' this school district CIO strives to be an agent of change.

So much data, so little security -- what happens if your city gets hacked?

Businesses and individuals had better brace themselves for new security realities as society moves away from the traditional data sharing equation that has worked well for a couple of decades.

Hard drive in slow mo'

If you've ever wondered what happens with a hard drive when you request data from your computer -- and, really, who hasn't? -- then this one's for you. Those wild and crazy Slow Mo Guys, Dan and Gav, removed the cover of a 500GB...

Best Places spotlight: IT pros take pride in helping patients at Johns Hopkins Medicine

The opportunity to work with exciting new technologies and the knowledge that their work helps patients are big attractions for IT employees at the No. 70-ranked organization on our 2013 Best Places to Work in IT list.

Let an LED be your umbrella

Pretty. But will these short out in the rain? Hopefully the creators of The Umbrella Project won't have to find out. On Sunday evening in Cambridge, Mass., on the MIT campus, dancers with LED-laden umbrellas will take to the...

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