David A. Kelly has published hundreds of technology articles, blogs, white papers, case studies, ebooks, and other types of writing. His content helps companies connect with prospects and customers via compelling, practical, and engaging writing. He works with companies, agencies, and individuals, and his specialty areas include technology, marketing, compliance, 5G, manufacturing, databases, application development, security, cloud, hybrid-cloud, SaaS, enterprise mobility, CPG, ROI, marketing and measurement, and more. He enjoys putting new technologies in context, so that organizations and individuals can make decisions and take actions to successfully choose, implement, or use solutions that can make a difference.
David A. Kelly is the author of the following consumer-oriented articles in the New York Times, as well as a writer for the companies and outlets listed below.
Articles in the New York Times
“Practical Traveler: Avoiding a Large Phone Bill When Traveling”
“GPS Devices: Take Me to Starbucks if You Can’t Amuse Me”
“Practical Traveler: Global Positioning Systems: On Road or Trail, Navigating Made Simple”
“Video Catching Up to Photos When It Comes to Sharing”
“Practical Traveler: Keeping Your Computer and Its Contents Safe”
“Practical Traveler: Using Your Cellphone Anywhere in the World”
Yellowbrick Data, Oracle, Microsoft, Nielsen, ACA Compliance, Stratix, MAPI Foundation, Compuware
Oracle Magazine, Microsoft Executive Circle, Profit Magazine, Teradata Magazine, Symantec CIO Digest, CXO, ChannelPro, Software and Enterprise Technology
Travel and Consumer Technology
The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Sun Times, The Miami Herald, The Miami Herald Sunday Magazine, The New York Post, The Utica Observer Dispatch, The Springfield Sunday Republican, The Dallas Morning News, AAA Horizons, AAA Westways, Living Without
Boston Home and Garden, Family Fun