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 February 2014
Google redesigns mobile messaging app, adds a handful of new features following Facebook's acquisition of rival messaging service WhatsApp.
Facebook will retire its email address system in March and forward messages to your personal email account. Here's how to turn it off, plus other email settings to check.
To combat online stalking, new LinkedIn feature lets you block specific individuals. Here's how it affects your account.
New Robert Half data shows IT hiring and compensation both rising. Check out the most lucrative IT job titles -- and understand the value of bonus skills.
After Facebook's WhatsApp deal, pundits couldn't get over the price. But consider these five other sky-high acquisitions from the last decade.
Let's put the $19 billion purchase price of messaging service WhatsApp in perspective using some added figures.
Facebook's $19 billion deal to buy messaging service WhatsApp may raise eyebrows, but it's a smart move. Here's why.
LinkedIn plans to open its publishing platform to all users who want to share career insights and advice.
Protect your LinkedIn account by browsing securely, keeping your activity private, and recognizing signs of malicious behavior.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Facebook combs through data to judge whether your love will last, and which seasons spell trouble for relationships.
Twitter tests a redesign of user profiles that borrows heavily from Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest. Here's why we hope Twitter reconsiders it.
Silicon Valley may have a reputation for greed, but these tech execs gave more than $1.7 billion in contributions last year.
Facebook's news reader Paper launched last week to positive reviews, but we see room for improvement.
Facebook redefined privacy and sharing, but the next 10 years will force the social network to find new ways to connect with a changed culture.
Facebook tests your patience on privacy -- and some friends test your patience with TMI. Survey shows what makes Facebook fans tick, and what ticks them off.
Facebook has suffered some ignominious strikeouts during its 10 years. Consider these 10 features and products that didn't fly.
From Facebook's Harvard beginnings to its billion-user mark, we look back at the decisions and milestones that shaped the social network.