David Strom is a world-known expert on networking and communications technologies. Whether you got your first PC at age 60 or grew up with an Apple in your crib, Strom can help you understand how to use your computers, keep them secure, and understand how to create and deploy a variety of Internet applications and services. He has worked extensively in the Information Technology end-user computing industry and has managed editorial operations for trade publications in the network computing, electronics components, computer enthusiast, reseller channel and security markets.
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Strom has published two books, but they are mostly out of print.
When it came time for Prentice Hall to look for an expert on Internet email, Strom had the opportunity to work with Marshall Rose, one of the inventors of the basic email protocols as a co-author to pen the landmark book, Internet Messaging: From the Desktop to the Enterprise. Following on that success, he also wrote one of the first how-to books called Home Networking Survival Guide for Osborne/McGraw Hill.
New York Times, Techtarget.com and ITworld.com are just a few of the publications where you can find many of Strom's more than 100 articles a year on technology. He is the technology editor at Baseline Magazine and writes monthly features about how enterprises are using new technologies. He has also appeared on numerous TV and radio shows as a technology expert such as ABC World News Tonight and NPR's Science Friday.
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