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Rose de Fremery

Rose de Fremery

Rose de Fremery is a New York-based writer, technologist, teacher, and public speaker who writes about internet trends, startups, social media and sports, and business IT topics. She is the former Managing Editor of The Social Media Monthly, the world's first and only print magazine devoted to the social media revolution. While at that publication, she wrote longform articles on a wide range of subjects including crowdfunding, Spotify and Pandora, the Obama 2012 campaign, location-based social dating, and professional sports leagues' approaches to social media. Rose is a rare hybrid technologist-writer, having served as the IT Director of a large international human rights organization for 10 years while also pursuing writing and calligraphy. She's every bit as fascinated by the magic of the written word as she is by the flicker of the screen and the communities that form behind it.

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19/02/2019 | 4 Minute Read

Understand new malware techniques for better hacker prevention

Hacker prevention gets trickier each year, but staying abreast of the latest hacking tricks can help.


03/07/2018 | 4 Minute Read

Printing innovation can make your operations super slick

Thanks to printing innovation, paper-based processes are becoming smarter and more efficient. Here's what those innovations mean for you.


10/04/2018 | 5 Minute Read

Is digital maturity the sophisticated way to run your business?

Is the concept of digital maturity a better way to think about how businesses can adapt to today's digitally enhanced landscape? Find out here.

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08/01/2018 | 5 Minute Read

Dive into digital housekeeping (we guarantee you need it)

New year, new you—and by that we mean new digital housekeeping habits to keep all that tech decluttered year 'round. Get started today:


03/06/2017 | 4 Minute Read

Boost your IoT security guidelines as wearables come to work

It's time to brush up on data laws affecting your business, as well as your IoT security guidelines. Didn't include wearables? It's time to add them.

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