Rob Enderle

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Rob Enderle

Rob Enderle (born July 27, 1954 in Corona, California) is an American technology analyst.[1]

Enderle has worked in the technology sector with companies including EMS Development Company, ROLM Systems and IBM, before becoming a technology analyst. He began his analyst career at Dataquest, before helping to launch GiGa Information Group. After GiGa was acquired by Forrester Research, he worked at Forrester[2] until leaving to found his own firm, the Enderle Group.

Enderle writes columns for technological publications and appears on radio and television.[3] He sits on multiple advisory councils, including those for Lenovo, AMD and HP. He has worked as an advisor for Microsoft.[4] Dell, IBM, Siemens, and Intel, among other companies.[5]


Enderle also comments in the media on a variety of technology companies, including Apple, HP, Google, Sony, Microsoft and Oracle, and on technology-related topics, such as security and consumer technology.[6]



  1. ^ "10 things you didn't know about … Rob Enderle" (Interview). 26 May 2008. Archived from the original on 2008-05-27.[non-primary source needed]
  2. ^ a b Cassidy, Mike (14 January 2009). "Enderle, analyst extraordinaire, is everywhere in Silicon Valley". Mercury News.
  3. ^ "InformationWeek 500 Conference". Archived from the original on 2008-08-21.[non-primary source needed]
  4. ^ Bishop, Todd (22 November 2008). "Microsoft, Rob Enderle, and Their Conflicting Perceptions of Reality". Puget Sound Business Journal.
  5. ^ "Disclosure Policy". Enderle Group.[self-published source]
  6. ^ "Providing Perspective for Today's Technology Leaders". Enderle Group. Retrieved 16 May 2013.[self-published source]

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