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 June 2015
Microsoft transfers its display ad business to AOL and sells Bing Maps tech to Uber as CEO Satya Nadella executes a new corporate mission.
Samsung promises a patch to restore Windows Update to its recommended settings after messing with the update process.
Microsoft this week released the full suite of Office for Android, updated the Surface Pro 3, and confused the Internet with its Windows 10 pricing strategy.
Lenovo design chief David Hill is dreaming up a laptop reminiscent of the 1992 IBM ThinkPad 700c.
July 29 is fast approaching and we know you still have a lot of questions about how to download and use Windows 10.
Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are now generally available on Android smartphones and tablets.
The cost of technology addiction goes beyond pricey gadgets. Connectivity also affects vision, memory loss, weight gain and self-esteem.
Female tech execs discuss the obstacles facing women in technology and what they're doing to bridge the gender gap.
Microsoft's muddled messaging sparks a debate over whether Windows 10 will be available for free to Windows Insiders.
Wellness is about more than eating salad and hitting the gym once a month. These 10 iPhone and Android apps will keep your health on track.
Samsung will release a security policy update following reports of vulnerability in SwiftKey keyboard replacement software.
News of an executive shakeup at Microsoft comes the same week as new Windows 10 Mobile build 10136.
If the new details of Apple Watch 2 pique your interest, you may also have a wider selection of models to choose from, according to the latest reports.
Organizational changes within Microsoft's engineering team will result in the departure of senior executives, including former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop.
Acting CIO Amy Doherty tells us about her strategies for motivating employees, IT transformation, and changing the security culture at AARP.
Microsoft gives Insiders a closer look at Windows 10 Mobile with the launch of Build 10136.
Microsoft and Apple are both planning OS releases for later this year. Which one is the better pick, Windows 10 or Mac OS X 10.11?
Microsoft news from this week included pricing and release date for the Surface Hub, clarification about the Edge Internet browser offering for some enterprise users of Windows 10, an updated Skype, and changes to Office 365 online.
Millennials' overall relaxed attitude towards security could be leaving your corporate data vulnerable to hackers.
Businesses can start ordering the Microsoft Surface Hub July 1 for a starting price of $6,999.
Many of the new features announced at Apple's WWDC and coming to iOS 9 and Mac OS X echo recent news from Google and Microsoft.
Apple's WWDC 2015 set the stage for a new Apple Music streaming service and updates including OS X El Capitan, iOS 9, and WatchOS 2.
As the world counts down to WWDC 2015, we speculate about the new products and services that Apple might unveil. From iOS 9 to other news, here's what to watch out for.
Microsoft is busy readying Windows 10 for its July 29 launch, but it made time to push a few updates to the Office 2016 preview.
Microsoft gives a sneak peek of laptops, tablets and PCs built for the new Windows 10 operating system.
The massive Chromebook 15 C910 dominates in size and processing power, but the smaller C740 wins for on-the-go productivity.
With Windows 10 fast approaching, we spotlight five features that will change the enterprise user experience.
The startup behind to-do app Wunderlist could prove an asset to Microsoft's mobile strategy.
Mark your calendars: Microsoft's long-awaited Windows 10 arrives in less than two months.
Dive into a page-turner on how Google was built, the power of introverts, or how the Internet is killing our capacity for deep thought.