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Chrissie Klinger

Chrissie Klinger

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A freelance writer that specializes in researching and reporting on technology news and social media.

Articles by Chrissie Klinger

Microsoft Surface Pro Ready for Release

Since tablets allow for better mobility and applications than typical laptops, many midsize businesses are finding that the move over to this type of technology is worth the investment. Unfortunately, some tablets on the market don't have the processing speed ...

Twitter is Sharing Data with US Government

Data Privacy Day, celebrated every January 28th, is a day to educate people about keeping their personal information private and safe on the Internet. This year one social network site, Twitter, released a transparency report that showed the social network ...

iPhone 6 Rumored to be Released This Year

Just when IT professionals are getting used to the newest iPhone, rumors are starting to spread that number 6 could be released this year. Could the next Apple phone be longer, wider, and thinner? Is Apple trying to offer a ...

Smart Phones to Face Unlocking Problem

A recent ruling by the Library of Congress means cell phone carriers will now have to give permission for phones to be unlocked. All phones purchased after January 26, 2013, will no longer be allowed to be unlocked by a ...

Instagram Gaining Popularity in the Business World

How can businesses potentially reach 90 million people and get at least 1,000 of them to share their information in a matter of seconds? Using Instagram through Facebook may be the answer. According to Forbes, while many may not know ...

AT&T Announces Changes That Could Affect Midsize IT

In attempt to please more of its customer base, AT&T has opened FaceTime to more users. The Apple app will now work for both 3G and 4G users, however, according to CNET, there are still some very unhappy customers. Customers ...

Unusual Uses for Smartphones at Midsize Businesses

For many midsize businesses that have been operating for decades, the history of the company is just as important as its future. With more and more midsize businesses utilizing the Internet and social networking to reach customers, it is harder ...

Cheaper iPhone Could be Good or Bad for Midsize IT

Rumors have been spreading that a cheaper phone is in the works and, although Apple has not confirmed those rumors, its past CEO has a few comments about it. In an interview, John Sculley, former Apple CEO, mentioned that Apple ...

Galaxy S Smartphones Gaining Popularity

Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S series of smartphones have hit a milestone of 100 million sales. More and more Americans are switching to phones that offer data options. According to CNET, the Galaxy S3 version reached 30 million ...

Amazon's Practices Can Teach Midsize Companies a Few Things

Amazon may put smiles on their boxes and on their customers' faces, but they have created a few frowns from their competitors. As the company continues to grow and expand in 2013, there are a few things midsize companies and ...

Microsoft Planning Big Changes for 2013

Since October 2012, one of America's leader in software has been on a mission to change how people and companies perceive it. Microsoft, once a giant in the software industry, wants to become known as a device and services company. ...

Apps Being Adjusted for iPhone and Other Small Screens

As the cloud continues to grow and people use apps on a variety of devices, one application producer has figured out that programs may need some adjustments depending on the device from which they are accessed. RockMelt recently adjusted its ...

Microsoft Issues Updates for IE 9 and 10

Microsoft "defense-in-depth" updates were deployed Tuesday. Several of them were considered critical. In addition to Windows 8 and Office updates, patches for bugs in IE9 and IE10 were also released. The updates to IE also fixed some flaws in older ...

Should SMBs Invest More in Mobile ERP?

Many SMBs are realizing that investments in mobile solutions is money well spent with many seeing a quick return on investment. When it comes to ERP, just how much are companies willing to invest and how quickly will they see ...

Is Pinterest Good for Midsize Businesses?

Many midsize businesses have a Facebook and Twitter page. But as more and more social media options pop up, many are questioning if they really need to be on all of them. Anyone in the business world will tell you ...

Will Disc Drives Become Extinct?

More and more people are getting used to seeing laptops and tablets without disc drives, but the drive is still seen on some desktops. Although the disc drive is a dying piece of technology, some still question if it will ...

911 Text Service Coming to Some Major Cell Carriers

When most midsize IT professionals think of dealing with an emergency they rarely think about it involving the police or emergency personnel. However, the new text-to-911 service that some major cell carriers will offer may require some involvement from the ...

Google Does Away With Free Apps for Small Businesses

Many small and midsize businesses (SMBs) have been utilizing free applications from a variety of sources. Google announced this week, however, that the free version of their online application suite for small businesses is coming to a close. Although the ...

iPhone Coming to T-Mobile- But Can Its 4G Network Really Support it?

Some companies that allow BYOD might have felt a little spark of excitement this week when T-Mobile announced it will soon carry Apple products. With more and more networks partnering with Apple, there is a greater chance that more and ...

Amazon Showing That Lean Manufacturing Model Is Moving Into the IT World

Over the last 20 years, Toyota has been able to show just how well lean manufacturing works. By focusing on the customer the once small company has become the world's largest automaker. Now, one of the world's leading online stores ...

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