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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 until leaving to found his own firm, the Enderle Group.
Enderle writes columns for technological publications and appears on radio and television. He sits on multiple advisory councils, including those for Lenovo, AMD and HP. He has worked as an advisor for Microsoft. Dell, IBM, Siemens, and Intel, among other companies.
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.
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