Scot Finnie

Scot Finnie is an award-winning journalist, magazine editor, author and former Editor in Chief of Computerworld.

He also served on the editorial staffs of ZDNet, PC/Computing, InformationWeek/TechWeb and Windows Magazine. He's written articles for numerous publications, including CIO, CSO, DevOps.com, Security Boulevard, Computerworld, CFO, CNET, PC World, PC Magazine, MacWeek, Byte, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science and many others.

Finnie authored a book on Windows 95 (The Underground Guide to Windows 95, Addison-Wesley, 1996). Ten years later, he embarked on a three-month, full-immersion test of Apple's Macintosh and surprised himself by not switching back to Windows. In 2014, Finnie admitted Windows back into his computing regime, alongside the Mac, to get the best experience with Dragon speech-recognition software.

Finnie is a freelance business and technology writer and thought leader who focuses mostly on cybersecurity and emerginng technologies, like AI and machine learning. Connnect with him at LinkedIn and @ScotFinnie.