Matt Rosoff

Editorial Director

Matt Rosoff is the editorial director of CITEworld and has overseen the site since it launched in October 2012. He previously worked for Business Insider, where he established the West Coast bureau, initiated enterprise technology coverage with the launch of SAI Enterprise, and helped direct the new BI Intelligence research service. Prior to joining Business Insider in 2010, Matt was an analyst at Directions on Microsoft for 10 years and blogged about digital music for CBS Interactive's News.com. He got his start in 1995 as a writer and editor at CNET. He's also a musician (electric bass) and the father of two children who (luckily) take after his beautiful wife.

How Box took off at Toyota, where SharePoint is already used

The little bit of good news in Box's latest numbers

The little bit of good news in Box's latest numbers

Box's amended IPO filing shows that revenue is growing quite a bit faster than expenses, but the company's cash burn is still a problem.

The great tech lull of 2014

The great tech lull of 2014

Everybody's waiting for the next big thing.

Google explodes the online storage market with unlimited storage for businesses

Google explodes the online storage market with unlimited storage for businesses

Google Drive for Work will offer unlimited storage for businesses at only $10 per user per month, complete with granular permissions and controls, and a full license for Gmail and Google Apps.

PCs still not dead: Businesses are buying more than Intel expected

PCs still not dead: Businesses are buying more than Intel expected

Intel just upgraded earnings thanks to stronger than expected sales of business PCs

MobileIron looks to be in better shape than Good Technology

MobileIron looks to be in better shape than Good Technology

MobileIron, one of the last independent enterprise mobility vendors, has filed to go public. It's losing less money than competitor Good Technology, but growth seems to have slowed dramatically in 2014 so far.

Quip 2.0 launches, aiming for faster viral spread at companies

Quip 2.0 launches, aiming for faster viral spread at companies

The mobile word processor adds much-requested publish-to-link and search features, and talks a little about how customers are using it.

Microsoft was right to pull the plug on the Surface Mini

Microsoft was right to pull the plug on the Surface Mini

I want to run a non-touch-optimized version of Office on an 8-inch screen, said nobody ever.

Box goes whole hog with Android app

Box goes whole hog with Android app

An update includes better previewing.

Cisco's plan: A $1500 videoconferencing device on every desk

Cisco's plan: A $1500 videoconferencing device on every desk

The devices will have a touch screen and run Android, and are meant to augment rather than replace a PC.

Good Technology files for IPO, but business looks tough

Good Technology files for IPO, but business looks tough

One of the biggest independent mobile management vendors is going public.

Why this golf supplier replaced Airwatch with Microsoft Intune

Why this golf supplier replaced Airwatch with Microsoft Intune

Microsoft's all-in-one management pitch resonated with Callaway Golf.

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