Krishan Sharma

Krishan Sharma is a Brisbane-based Freelance Journalist for various tech-focussed publications including iTnews, CRN, PC & Tech Authority, and Business IT (BIT) in addition to a number of local publications.

Outside of his journalistic endeavours, Krishan is an IT professional who has established a wide breadth of experience in the ICT industry. With his tertiary qualifications in IT, Multimedia and Business Management, Krishan ran his own IT Consulting business for over five years, initially servicing SMEs and then later expanding to government departments and tertiary institutions.

Searching for something a bit different, Krishan then tackled the world of Digital Marketing and worked for one of Australia’s largest Ad agencies where he developed and managed the digital strategies for a number of recognisable brands.

Above all, Krishan is a self-confessed tech junkie and can usually be found tweaking and testing out the latest gadgets, home theatre gear, games, software and mobile applications and then ranting about it on his tech-focused blog, ksallthingstech and YouTube channel.

Recent articles by Krishan Sharma

Deal spotted: pickup a 4G phone for $269

Deal spotted: pickup a 4G phone for $269

A cheap 4G phone, a small saving on the iPhone and a convertible laptop are some of the small discounts we've spotted.
Dec 13 2013, 5:54PM
Here's another handy free Google application: Sheets

Here's another handy free Google application: Sheets

Google’s free spreadsheet Sheets now has an offline mode so you can edit your spreadsheets without being online.
Dec 13 2013, 5:46PM
Mobile wallets are "poised to become a reality", claims CommBank

Mobile wallets are "poised to become a reality", claims CommBank

The Commonwealth Bank has announced that people with Samsung Galaxy S4 phones can now "tap and pay" at more than 220,000 payment terminals.
Dec 12 2013, 3:34PM
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 is $52 per month for 1GB of data with Telstra

Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 is $52 per month for 1GB of data with Telstra

Looking for a new tablet computer? Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is now available on contract from Telstra.
Dec 12 2013, 2:55PM
Running a business from home?

Running a business from home?

We came across a handy summary to some tax deductions you might be able to claim for home office expenses.
Dec 11 2013, 10:09AM
Are you an app developer? Microsoft’s BizSpark can help you get started

Are you an app developer? Microsoft’s BizSpark can help you get started

Microsoft's Bizspark gives app development startups a kick start
Dec 5 2013, 9:59AM
Train up on AutoCAD without the expensive software bill

Train up on AutoCAD without the expensive software bill

Autodesk is offering a free 36 month licence for genuine training and educational needs
Dec 3 2013, 11:32AM
Nokia's Lumia 1520: another big screen phone, but this time it's Windows

Nokia's Lumia 1520: another big screen phone, but this time it's Windows

The giant Nokia Lumia 1520 is available now to pre-order through Harvey Norman for $894 and will be available from the 11th of December.
Dec 2 2013, 10:50AM
Need help getting your tech startup off the ground?

Need help getting your tech startup off the ground?

This free course from Google for Australians wanting to “learn how to become entrepreneurs” might be of interest.
Nov 29 2013, 12:43PM
Lenovo advertising Android tablet for $1 with certain laptops on sale

Lenovo advertising Android tablet for $1 with certain laptops on sale

Lenovo is having a sale on certain ThinkPad laptops and is offering their IdeaTab 7-inch Android tablet for an extra $1.
Nov 29 2013, 12:23PM
Deal spotted: Microsoft reduces price of Surface RT 32GB by $160

Deal spotted: Microsoft reduces price of Surface RT 32GB by $160

The Surface RT 32GB model, now superseded by the Surface 2, is now $160 cheaper.
Nov 28 2013, 11:55AM
Krishan Sharma: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013

Krishan Sharma: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013

There are two pieces of technology that Krishan found particularly useful in 2013 and they both relate to storage. Click to see what they are.
Nov 28 2013, 11:02AM
If you need to carry around a lot of data, this could be the ticket

If you need to carry around a lot of data, this could be the ticket

Hauling hundreds of Gigabytes of engineering data to job sites, or architectural plans to give to contractors? In theory, this Lacie Rugged 2TB drive will protect it from bumps.
Nov 25 2013, 12:57PM
Not everyone wants an iPhone: Here's the gigantic HTC One Max

Not everyone wants an iPhone: Here's the gigantic HTC One Max

Looking for a big screen smartphone? HTC's One Max is another ridiculously large Android phone that's going to be on Telstra in Australia.
Nov 22 2013, 10:48AM
Qantas announces frequent flyer program for small to medium businesses

Qantas announces frequent flyer program for small to medium businesses

Qantas has released a new loyalty program called Acquire specifically targetted at small to medium businesses, but is it worth it?
Nov 21 2013, 12:42PM
What is actually involved in building an ecommerce site yourself?

What is actually involved in building an ecommerce site yourself?

Quite a lot, if you're doing it right. If you're curious, here's an example of some of the things involved.
Nov 20 2013, 9:13AM
Picking a phone: buying on a Nexus 5 on a plan isn't necessarily cheaper

Picking a phone: buying on a Nexus 5 on a plan isn't necessarily cheaper

You might end up paying more in the long run if you get the highly regarded Nexus 5 phone on a Telstra plan, instead of buying it outright.
Nov 19 2013, 12:43PM
How long does the Surface Pro 2 battery last?

How long does the Surface Pro 2 battery last?

One of the main criticisms leveled at the original Surface Pro was the below average battery life. So how does the Surface Pro 2 shape up?
Nov 15 2013, 4:49PM
This office had 124 wheelie bins of scrap paper sitting around

This office had 124 wheelie bins of scrap paper sitting around

It's pretty amazing the amount of rubbish that can build up at work. Just read how much this office had sitting around.
Nov 14 2013, 11:58AM
How to check if your Adobe account was compromised

How to check if your Adobe account was compromised

Here is a link to the LastPass site which allows you to check whether your Adobe account was one of the accounts that was hacked.
Nov 12 2013, 12:44PM

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