Profile of Kelly SheridanStaff Editor, Dark Reading
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Kelly Sheridan is the Staff Editor at Dark Reading, where she focuses on cybersecurity news and analysis. She is a business technology journalist who previously reported for InformationWeek, where she covered Microsoft, and Insurance & Technology, where she covered financial services. Sheridan earned her BA in English at Villanova University. You can follow her on Twitter @kellymsheridan.
Articles by Kelly Sheridan
posted in January 2016
Cloud dominated again in Microsoft's Q2 financial report, closing out a week of news on Windows 10, Cortana, iOS apps, and Office Online.
The Garage is a hub for employees across Microsoft to work on different projects. Here are some of its works-in-progress.
Microsoft generated $25.7 billion in revenue for Q2 2016, largely driven by its Azure and Office 365 cloud offerings. Phone revenues declined nearly 50% from the same quarter a year ago.
Microsoft is extending the real-time coauthoring and sharing capabilities of Office Online to partner cloud providers like Box and Dropbox.
Remote workers may not need an office, but they do need a few devices to keep them connected and productive. Here are our top picks to keep you and your teams functioning on the go.
Apple reported $18.4 billion in profit during its first fiscal quarter of 2016, but iPhone sales are predicted to drop in coming months.
These iPhone apps will take the hassle out of everyday tasks, and give you time for those New Year's Resolutions you made.
Microsoft plans to make Cortana smarter with the ability to scan emails and set alerts for commitments you may forget.
This week brought a new Windows 10 build to Insiders, Office updates to iOS and Mac users, and a $1B donation to nonprofits worldwide.
Skype has become synonymous with voice and video chat for most consumers, but there are several other services that do the same things.
IBM plans to expand its cloud-based services with an acquisition of Ustream, provider of live-stream videos, and with the creation of a new cloud video unit.
While the smartphone market continues to grow, mobile device sales won't make up for an overall decline in consumer spending this year, according to a new report from Gartner.
Google will now support promo codes in the Google Play Store, enabling developers to better engage with users.
This week brought Skype and Outlook updates, a new Windows 10 preview build, and the end of support for Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10.
A new report from consulting firm Accenture sheds light on the growing challenges to business use of personal data and what organizations can do about it.
Microsoft expands its Windows 10 upgrade campaign beyond consumers by sending update notifications to business PCs.
Apple will reportedly make the iPhone 7 waterproof and compatible with wireless charging, and equip it with new camera technology. Let's chase down the latest speculations.
Microsoft is releasing updates to its Skype and Outlook tools for iOS and Android platforms.
Microsoft has acquired technology assets from Event Zero in an effort to improve management tools within Skype for Business.
With the end of support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10, most people using an older version of Microsoft's browser are forced to upgrade, switch browsers, or put their systems at risk.
HTC is making its Vive HR headset available for February preorder. Will virtual reality be the foundation for a successful future?
New smartphones and convertible tablets from Toshiba, Acer, ZTE, and Huawei were on display at CES. Here is a roundup of the devices that caught our eye.
The week of CES saw new Windows 10 devices, connected-car advancements, and the looming end of Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10.
New laptops and hybrid devices from HP, Dell, LG, Acer, and Lenovo were on display at CES 2016. Here's an up-close look at the offerings.
This year's wearables go beyond basic step counting to measure core health data such as blood pressure, vision quality, and body temperature. At CES 2016, InformationWeek got up close and personal with the latest wave of health-centric devices.
Mary Barra, CEO and chairman of the GM board, discussed the future of auto technology and the new Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle during her CES keynote.
Connected car technology and smart home appliances were among Tuesday's announcements at CES 2016.
At CES, Microsoft announces new partnerships with Volvo, Nissan, Harman, and IAV to further connected car strategies.
The iPhone 7 launch tops Apple predictions for 2016, but we may also see the smaller iPhone 6C, an upgraded iPad Air, and the next-gen Apple Watch.
Experts forecast the Internet of Things will make progress for the consumer market at the annual CES show in Las Vegas.
Microsoft closed out 2015 with Windows 10 running on 200 million devices, Xbox Live discounts, and talk of smartphone advancements in 2016.