Andrew Bardin Williams has more than ten years copywriting experience in a variety of industries. His focus is in technology, specifically the data storage sector, enterprise software and the cloud. His former and current technology clients include such brands as IBM, Motorola, Brocade, Cisco and NetApp as well as a slew of startups in the storage, networking and enterprise software space. He has been published in several techonology trades including InformationWeek, EdTech, FedTech and TechTarget's SearchOpenSource.com. Andrew is also a budding travel writer, covering Northern California outdoor adventure for the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
Andrew is the author of Learning to Haight, a coming-of-age novel set in San Francisco. The novel was named a finalist for the 2012 Indie Reader Discovery Awards in Literary Fiction and is available through Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, the Apple iBooks Store and other major e-retailers. Check out www.LearningtoHaight.com and www.facebook.com/LearningtoHaight for more information.
Prior to writing about technology, Andrew worked with the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy during the Clinton Administration, the U.S. Olympic Committee and a minor league baseball team in California. He also wrote for Boston.com, the Web site for the Boston Globe, while getting a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Bachelor of Arts in History from Boston University.