Profile of Kelly SheridanStaff Editor, Dark Reading
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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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 March 2015
Microsoft's Project Spartan, the browser designed to replace Internet Explorer, is available for testing on Windows 10.
Mobile device management becomes generally available in Office 365 to meet growing need for secure mobile productivity.
Reports of Microsoft acquisitions and partnerships surface amidst updates on Internet Explorer, Project Spartan, and Windows 10.
Amazon gives customers the option to choose from two unlimited storage plans on Cloud Drive.
Internet Explorer 11 will not host Microsoft's new "Edge" browser engine, but Project Spartan will.
The Apple rumor mill never stops churning. Here's the latest we've heard on the new Apple TV, secret Apple Watch testing gym, and more.
Microsoft brought news of cloud and big data at Convergence and major updates to Windows 10 from across the globe.
Microsoft this week announced the demise of Internet Explorer. Let's reflect on how it evolved over the years.
Microsoft will launch Windows 10 this summer in 111 languages across 190 countries.
Microsoft is bringing more personalization and security features to Windows 10, including biometric authentication to unlock a device.
Microsoft is killing the Internet Explorer brand in favor of Project Spartan in Windows 10.
Microsoft’s Office Delve, its new Office 365 productivity and collaboration program, got a few key updates, and you might be able to test them out.
Microsoft and CEO Satya Nadella are looking beyond Dynamics to focus on empowering individuals, businesses, and industries with new technologies. Those are the themes at this year's Convergence show.
Free snacks are yesterday's news. Now tech companies offer $10,000 office decoration budgets and helicopter rides. Here's a look at what Google, Pinterest, Airbnb, Facebook, and others offer employees.
A new biography on Steve Jobs reveals that the former Apple CEO rejected Tim Cook's offer of a life-saving gift, namely his liver.
Microsoft's business technology conference will undergo some fundamental changes, kick-started and driven by CEO Satya Nadella.
An artificial intelligence project entitled "Einstein" will enhance Microsoft's Cortana to compete with Apple's Siri on iOS and Google's Android.
Apple is trying to find a compelling reason for you to buy the Apple Watch. Would these apps do the trick?
Android will dominate iOS and Windows in a sluggish tablet market over the next five years. However, Microsoft is expected to grow its marketshare.
Google's Nearline service promises instant access to cold data stored for one cent per gigabyte.
A new platform combines Microsoft's Azure Pack with devices from Cisco's ACI to target telecom carriers and cloud providers.
Whether they're working solo or with a team, Millennials are holding more power over business technology buying decisions, according to IBM. How will it affect your business?
Apple Watch details, a new retina MacBook, and a partnership with HBO were among the big announcements at Apple's San Francisco shindig Monday.
Microsoft previewed Office 2016 for Mac, unveiled new Lumia smartphones, and let some more Windows 10 details slip this week.
Microsoft Office for Mac 2016 combines Windows and Mac interfaces with built-in cloud storage.
As Apple's March 9 event approaches, we break down what we know, and what we want to know, about Apple Watch.
The rumored 12.9-inch iPad Pro gets pushed back as Apple determines which features are best for enterprise users.
Samsung lost its top spot to Apple towards the end of 2014, during which smartphone sales surpassed 1 billion devices, according to Gartner.
In his keynote at Mobile World Congress 2015, Google's Sundar Pichai said the company will make an announcement on its plans to become a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).
Microsoft Windows is finishing up its third decade of change. Here's a look at how the operating system has evolved along with new technologies and consumer preferences.
Microsoft shares more details on the mobile Office for Windows 10 at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Microsoft unveils Lumia 640 and 640XL with the promise of a Windows 10 flagship phone later this year.