Tim Bajarin

Tim Bajarin is recognized as one of the leading industry consultants, analysts and futurists, covering the field of personal computers and consumer technology. Mr. Bajarin has been with Creative Strategies since 1981 and has served as a consultant to most of the leading hardware and software vendors in the industry including IBM, Apple, Xerox, Hewlett Packard/Compaq, Dell, AT&T, Microsoft, Polaroid, Lotus, Epson, Toshiba and numerous others.

His articles and/or analysis have appeared in USA Today, Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Time and Newsweek magazines, BusinessWeek and most of the leading business and trade publications. He has appeared as a business analyst commenting on the computer industry on all of the major television networks and was a frequent guest on PBS’ The Computer Chronicles.

Mr. Bajarin has been a columnist for US computer industry publications such as PC Week and Computer Reseller News and wrote for ABCNEWS.COM for two years and Mobile Computing for 10 years. His columns currently appear in Asia Computer Weekly, Personal Computer World (UK), and Microscope (UK) as well as Mobile Enterprise Magazine. His various columns and analyses are syndicated in over 30 countries.

Futher History
Mr. Bajarin is known as a concise, futuristic analyst, credited with predicting the desktop publishing revolution three years before it hit the market, and identifying multimedia as a major trend in written reports as early as 1986. His writing and analysis has been on the forefront of the digital revolution and he is considered one the leading experts in the field of technology adoption cycles. He has authored major industry studies on PC, portable computing, pen based computing, desktop publishing, multimedia computing and the digital home.

Mr. Bajarin serves on multiple conference advisory boards and is a frequent featured speaker at computer conferences worldwide. He also serves on technology advisory council’s for IBM/Lenovo, Toshiba, Panasonic Solutions Company, Hewlett Packard and Dell.

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