Profile of Kristin BurnhamSenior Editor, InformationWeek.com
Member Since: 11/15/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 284
Kristin Burnham currently serves as InformationWeek.com's Senior Editor, covering social media, social business, IT leadership and IT careers. Prior to joining InformationWeek in July 2013, she served in a number of roles at CIO magazine and CIO.com, most recently as senior writer. Kristin's writing has earned an ASBPE Gold Award in 2010 for her Facebook coverage and a Min Editorial and Design Award in 2011 for "Single Online Article." She is a graduate of Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Articles by Kristin Burnham
posted in July 2013
Facebook can reap many millions of dollars by putting video commercials into your news feed. But the social network site needs to tread carefully.
Keep your Facebook account safe and secure by watching for these four common tactics used by scammers.
Learn how to customize Gmail's new interface, quickly add events to your calendar, transfer money with one click and more.
Gmail users who have switched to the new tabbed interface are getting Google ads in their inboxes. Here are two quick ways to get rid of them.
Executive recruiters can help you land your dream IT job -- but are you a dream candidate? These five common mistakes can tarnish your relationship with your recruiter.
Salesforce.com's updated Chatter Mobile app for iOS and Android adds productivity features aimed at needs including sales and customer service.
Facebook For Every Phone app is an affordable option for non-smartphone users in developing nations.
Think you have an edge over external candidates because you know the company and have powerful references? That line of thinking won't help you land the job.
CIOs give their companies low grades on social business maturity -- and struggle with many of the same problems, says Deloitte and MIT research. Here's advice on bypassing common roadblocks.
LinkedIn's 2013 Global Recruiting Trends survey details how 3,300 hiring managers find talent. Take note as you pursue your next job.