Profile of Kristin BurnhamSenior Editor, InformationWeek.com
Member Since: 11/15/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 284
Kristin Burnham currently serves as InformationWeek.com's Senior Editor, covering social media, social business, IT leadership and IT careers. Prior to joining InformationWeek in July 2013, she served in a number of roles at CIO magazine and CIO.com, most recently as senior writer. Kristin's writing has earned an ASBPE Gold Award in 2010 for her Facebook coverage and a Min Editorial and Design Award in 2011 for "Single Online Article." She is a graduate of Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Articles by Kristin Burnham
posted in October 2013
Google+ Hangouts adds location sharing, and photos and videos get slick new editing tools.
Facebook's emphasis on static instead of social ads is not working for marketers, who rank Facebook last in business value, says Forrester Research.
Ensure you're portrayed accurately on LinkedIn by fine-tuning your endorsements -- and cut down on unnecessary email notifications in the bargain.
Facebook app developers will soon run video ads in your news feed highlighting the app's features.
Facebook has again changed its privacy settings, enabling features that affect younger users. Here's what you should know.
Users can receive direct messages from any follower, not only from people or brands they also follow. Here's how to opt in to the new setting.
Facebook will eliminate the setting that keeps you unsearchable. Here's how to make sure the wrong people can't see your private posts.
Google's latest updates to Gmail, Docs and more help you organize and collaborate better.
Yahoo email nips at Google Gmail with a fresh look, new features and increased storage.
Instagram will roll out ads in the next few months, says users will have some control over what's shown.
Want to get more return on your Twitter efforts? Use these best practices to build your brand's relationship with customers.
WD's new My Cloud drive offers an alternative to traditional cloud services, letting users organize and access their content anywhere there's an Internet connection.
Facebook now indexes your status updates, photo captions, check-ins and comments. Here's how to tweak your privacy settings to ensure that your information is private.