Profile of Kelly SheridanAssociate Editor, Dark Reading
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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Kelly Sheridan is Associate Editor at Dark Reading. She started her career in business tech journalism at Insurance & Technology and most recently reported for InformationWeek, where she covered Microsoft and business IT. Sheridan earned her BA at Villanova University.
Articles by Kelly Sheridan
posted in March 2016
Microsoft executives kicked off Build 2016 with a series of announcements, including the rollout of a major Windows 10 update this summer.
Apple is going after Windows PC users with its smaller iPad Pro. Will the updated device pose a threat to Microsoft? Redmond says it isn't worried.
After a few months of using Windows 10, you may still be discovering its subtle features. Here we spotlight some handy shortcuts that can make the OS easier to navigate.
Microsoft updated PowerPoint Designer, announced Office 365 updates, pushed for encrypted email, and silenced AI Project Tay after some Internet troll interference.
Apple recently unveiled the smaller, less expensive iPhone SE, which starts at $399, to appeal to new buyers. But there are lower-cost alternatives. Here are 9 choices to consider.
A new generation of talent is following Millennials into the workplace, bringing with it a fresh set of values and challenges to enterprise IT. Whether you're involved in hiring Gen Z employees for your own IT team or looking for ways to make sure your IT strategy accommodates their expectations across your enterprise, knowing more about this generation's needs and wants is the first step.
Apple unveiled smaller, cheaper versions of the iPhone and iPad Pro during its March 21 event. Execs also demoed iOS 9.3 and updates to tvOS and Apple Watch. Get a closer look.
Apple unveiled smaller versions of the iPhone and iPad Pro, iOS 9.3, new Watch bands, and updates on sustainability and health during a March 21 event.
The Apple Watch debuted one year ago this month. How has the wearable changed over the year, and what's coming in the future?
This week saw the release of Windows 10 Mobile on older smartphones, Skype for Web features, and updated OneDrive sharing.
Microsoft has started to roll out the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade to smartphones running older versions of Windows Phone.
In celebration of Women's History Month, we spotlight 9 pioneers who drove transformational change in the tech industry.
Microsoft this week announced a Dynamics AX upgrade, plans to release SQL Server on Linux, and several Skype for Business updates.
Social media is a valuable resource to learn the thoughts and priorities of some top IT leaders who are driving change in business technology. Here are 10 CIOs to follow on Twitter.
Salesforce announces Salesforce IQ Inbox for Outlook, bringing relationship intelligence to Microsoft's email service.
Microsoft this week updated Skype for Business to make video meetings more affordable, expanded PTSN Conferencing, and brought Skype chat to Office 365.
These budding businesses aim to change the way organizations operate, with tools and services targeting the enterprise.
Microsoft officially launches the next generation of Dynamics AX, a cloud-first service built for Azure.
If you're tired of seeing notifications to address your shrinking iPhone memory, try a few of these tips to clear some extra space.
The legal battle between Apple and the US government made significant headway this week. These are the four key takeaways from this past week.
This week Microsoft added Windows 10 IoT support for Raspberry Pi 3, kicked off HoloLens preorders, and filed an amicus brief in support of Apple in its FBI case.
Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are losing marketshare as users make the jump to Google Chrome.
Microsoft has added support for the Raspberry Pi 3 through a Windows 10 IoT Core Insider Preview update.
Brad Smith, Microsoft's president and chief legal officer, emphasized the importance of maintaining consumer privacy during his keynote at RSA 2016. He also emphasized his company's support for Apple against the FBI.
Microsoft launches a new Windows 10 security feature designed to give IT leaders more insight into recognizing and addressing cyber-attacks.