John Edwards

Technology Explained

John has written books on an array of important technology topics for several major publishers.
The Geeks of War
The Secretive Labs and Brilliant Minds Behind Tomorrow's Warfare Technologies


Wars are fought on the battlefield, but the technologies that enable 21st century warfare are developed in research laboratories. Within the walls of corporate, government, and academic labs, researchers are probing the edges of science to uncover technologies that will make warfare more efficient—and more deadly.
Publisher: American Management Association (AMACOM)

The Next Great Telecom Revolution


In Telecosmos, John Edwards looks at the various telecom concepts that will be adopted by both consumers and businesses in the years ahead. The book examines the most promising technologies across a wide range of fields, including voice and data communications, virtual reality, security and bio-telecom, all of which are leading to telecosmos.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Leveraging Web Services
Planning, Building and Integration for Maximum Impact


A case case guide written to help executives and senior managers—including CEOs, CIOs and CTOs—gain insight into how Web services can be applied to their own enterprises. Leveraging Web Services takes readers inside real-world enterprises to show them how leading organizations successfully conceptualized, developed and implemented Web services.
Publisher: American Management Association (AMACOM)

Law Office Guide to Small Computers


A comprehensive guide to the acquisition, deployment and use of desktop computers inside a law office. Co-authored with Forrest Rhoads, a prominent attorney within the U.S. government, Law Office Guide to Small Computers set the bar for an entire genre of legal publishing.
Publisher: Shepard's/McGraw-Hill