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 April 2015
Windows 10 will host iOS and Android apps, turn mobile phones into PCs, and come equipped with a newly named Microsoft Edge browser.
Modern security execs use existing tools to identify areas of risk and find new ones to track, evaluate, and share their progress.
How strategy and a Capability Maturity Model are helping Caterpillar drive its information security transformation.
Royal Caribbean Cruises is meeting modern customer expectations with wireless connectivity at sea.
Dealing with cancer, MS, and rheumatoid arthritis is tough enough. CVS is making it easier for patients to get the specialized treatments they need. One of eight Elite 100 Business Innovation award winners.
The hospital group overhauled its tech strategy to boost data usage, patient health, and collaboration between business units and the IT organization. One of eight Elite 100 Business Innovation award winners.
On its road to becoming "twice as good at half the cost," AstraZeneca has prioritized insourcing IT and focusing on customers.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus shone during a record-breaking quarter that earned Apple $58 billion in revenue.
Executives from ConocoPhillips emphasize the importance of asking the right questions before pursuing an advanced analytics strategy.
The first shipment of Apple Watches reached eager owners on April 24. We stopped at an Apple Store in New York City to test one out.
The good: positive quarterly earnings report, promise of Office 365 security updates, new Windows 10 Build. The bad: Windows, Office financials. Here's a look at Microsoft's week.
Microsoft revenue hit $21.7 billion this past quarter as cloud services boomed, offsetting poor performance by its core Windows and Office products.
Microsoft updated its Windows 10 technical preview with a new build: 10061. This offers new mail and calendar apps, tablet optimization, and a refreshed Start menu.
Salesforce, Microsoft, and Evernote are three of many companies developing Apple Watch apps focused on productivity and collaboration.
New features for Office 365, announced during the RSA Conference 2015 in San Francisco this week, aim to enhance data privacy.
On the following pages, we'll take you beyond the tech sector to highlight companies across all industries that provide strong, supportive, and flexible work environments for female employees.
In a conference call, AMD's CEO let it slip that Microsoft will release Windows 10 at the end of July 2015.
Apple Watch preorders have made the wearable a star in the past week. Here's a look at what you missed.
Microsoft announces Office Universal apps preview for Windows 10 on Windows Phone and details of Office 2016.
Security and collaboration were key themes this week as Microsoft announced news surrounding bug fixes, Office Delve, Skype, and partnerships.
The Surface 3, the newest hybrid from Microsoft, packs the hallmarks of Surface Pro 3 into a thinner and lighter device.
Microsoft and Yahoo renew their 2009 partnership to enhance the search experience across platforms and boost value for advertisers.
Health data collected on Apple devices will be stored in IBM's Health Cloud for analysis by medical professionals and researchers.
The Datazen acquisition will enhance Microsoft's focus on mobile data analytics and accelerate its Power BI strategy.
Additions to Office Delve include new people-based search, authoring canvas, and mobile apps for iOS and Android smartphones.
Microsoft is delivering on its promise to make Skype for Business generally available to Office 365 customers.
In two new partnerships, Microsoft will work with Fujitsu and Miele to improve manufacturing and make smart ovens a reality.
Microsoft news from this week included a new build of Windows 10 for phones and details on a major Windows 10 update in 2016.
The newest version of Microsoft Windows 10 for phones brings a version of Project Spartan and new mail, messaging, and calendar apps.
The 2015 New York Auto Show was a hotspot for new cars and in-car technology from Cadillac, Lexus, Nissan, Chevrolet, and others.
In honor of Microsoft's 40th birthday, InformationWeek reflects on the successes, failures, and lessons learned that built the company as it stands today.
One year after the Windows 10 launch, Microsoft will deliver two major operating system updates under the code name Redstone.
A $1 million contribution from Microsoft will help bring new technology to a museum focused on American diplomacy.
On Microsoft's 40th birthday, Bill Gates shares his vision that the company will "make the power of technology accessible to everyone."
A new Windows 10 desktop build that offered a glimpse at Project Spartan, and Surface 3 release were among the headlines coming from Redmond this week.
Microsoft's smartphone-compatible pocket scanner, Office Lens, is available in full and preview versions on iOS and Android.
Can Microsoft's new Surface 3 prove a threat to Apple's sleek iPad Air 2? It depends on what you need.
More than half of Americans claim smartphones are not always needed, but a growing population relies on them for Internet access, according to new research from the Pew Research Center.
Apple has a habit of buying tech companies. Let's look at its most recent acquisitions and in what ways each might enhance the company's future.