Profile of Kelly SheridanStaff Editor, Dark Reading
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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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 July 2015
The Wi-Fi Sense feature embedded in Windows 10 may make life easier for users, but could it also compromise corporate network security?
InformationWeek paid a visit to New York City's Microsoft Store on July 29 to see consumers using the final release of Windows 10 on launch day.
InformationWeek marked the July 29 Windows 10 launch with a visit to New York City's Microsoft specialty store. Here, we take you through our firsthand experiences with Windows 10.
The Windows 10 rollout has officially begun. Here are five reasons we're excited about the OS, and a few concerns for its future.
These deceitfully simple games for iPhones and Android smartphones will thwart all attempts at productivity and communication. Proceed with caution.
Microsoft explores new security strategies based on virtualization to better protect enterprise customers from malware and identity theft.
Windows 10 doesn't launch until July 29, but Microsoft has already proven its commitment to making up for its Windows 8 mistakes and competing in a modern tech world.
Microsoft reports $22.2 billion in revenue as its cloud services continue to dominate. However, the $7.5 billion Nokia write-down proved a drag on its latest financial results.
Recording health data is a key selling point of Apple Watch, but there are many fitness trackers that measure steps, calories, and sleep at a fraction of the cost.
This week Microsoft announced its Windows 10 marketing strategy, PC Build 10240, Cortana Analytics platform, and Office updates.
Microsoft rolls out Build 10240 and prepares the Windows 10 Office suite for its July 29 launch.
At its partner conference, Microsoft executives emphasized the importance of cloud and Windows 10 to its success in the upcoming year.
The July 29 Windows 10 launch will spark a global advertising campaign to "welcome the newest generation of Windows fans."
Got a new gig? Congratulations. Make sure you start off on the right foot by avoiding these rookie slip-ups during your first few weeks at a new job.
A week that brought updates to Office for Mac 2016, Power BI, and Windows 10 also included a massive round of job cuts at Microsoft.
Microsoft adds new features to its Power BI preview, which will become generally available on July 24.
Microsoft Office 2016 is now available to Office 365 subscribers, with a full public rollout expected in September.
Plenty of mobile mishaps led to Microsoft's decision to cut thousands of jobs in its phone division.
Object Theory launched July 7 as the first company focused on developing software for Microsoft's HoloLens.
Microsoft released Build 10162 to the Fast ring of Insiders before the July 4th holiday weekend, and we're expecting an RTM build later this week.
This week Microsoft sold assets to AOL and Uber, released two Windows 10 builds, and pushed new Skype for Business features to preview.
We've already seen a wave of new smartphones hit the market in 2015. What's coming up for the rest of this year?
Microsoft will release Windows 10 on July 29, but this doesn't mean you'll be downloading the new operating system that day.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 Build 10159 to the Fast ring of Windows Insiders, marking the second PC build in two days.
Enterprise customers on Office 365 can preview new Skype for Business features, including broadcast and voice dial-in capabilities.