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

This Telstra modem is the new top dog 4G hotspot

This Telstra modem is the new top dog 4G hotspot

If you're looking for the best possible mobile broadband connection for your laptop or tablet, we recommend keeping an eye out for Telstra's new Wi-Fi 4G Advanced hotspot.
Nov 11 2013, 12:41PM
Could you make a living at home on Google Helpouts?

Could you make a living at home on Google Helpouts?

You're already skilled at something, you have a lot of free time at home, could you make money on Google Helpouts? Maybe, but there's one thing to keep in mind.
Nov 7 2013, 12:44PM
These gadgets track your luggage

These gadgets track your luggage

Apparently more than 26 million bags go missing via transit every year.
Nov 4 2013, 1:43PM
Not everyone wants an iPhone: Here's why the Nexus 5 is worth looking at

Not everyone wants an iPhone: Here's why the Nexus 5 is worth looking at

The cheapest new Google Nexus 5 is almost half the price of Apple’s cheapest 4G phone, the iPhone 5c, at $399 for the entry-level model.
Nov 4 2013, 10:51AM
iPad Air on a contract: Telstra vs Optus vs Vodafone

iPad Air on a contract: Telstra vs Optus vs Vodafone

Compare the different Telstra, Optus and Vodafone plans for the new iPad Air which goes on sale today. How do the prices stack up?
Nov 1 2013, 11:17AM
It will cost you $51 per month for the cheapest iPad Air plan on Telstra

It will cost you $51 per month for the cheapest iPad Air plan on Telstra

If you are deciding between the two new iPads, the larger iPad Air on Telstra is $5 more expensive per month at the most.
Oct 30 2013, 11:56AM
Reminder: the next BAS is due on Monday October 28

Reminder: the next BAS is due on Monday October 28

If you lodge your business activity statements every quarter, keep in mind that the next BAS is due on Monday.
Oct 25 2013, 10:45AM
Here's an interesting idea: a "three-in-one" computer

Here's an interesting idea: a "three-in-one" computer

Want to use a tablet and laptop, and also use your computer at your desk a lot? ASUS's new Transformer Book Trio does all three.
Oct 24 2013, 2:55PM
Here is another new "first server"

Here is another new "first server"

If you’re looking for a dedicated server but have limited space then here is something that might be of interest.
Oct 23 2013, 11:33AM
4G now available to Vodafone pre-paid customers

4G now available to Vodafone pre-paid customers

Good news if you're a Vodafone pre-paid phone user wanting faster Internet on your phone.
Oct 21 2013, 12:24PM
New phone app promises "faster, smarter" prescriptions for pharmacies

New phone app promises "faster, smarter" prescriptions for pharmacies

The new phone app, called eRx Express, will make it "faster, safer and easier for people to manage their medicines”, claim the people behind it.
Oct 18 2013, 11:47AM
You can now pick up a Blackberry Z10 phone for $299

You can now pick up a Blackberry Z10 phone for $299

Kogan has reduced the price on the BlackBerry Z10 4G phone by almost half and is now selling it for $299 plus delivery.
Oct 18 2013, 11:30AM
Funding your idea? Attend Kickstarter's "how to" workshops

Funding your idea? Attend Kickstarter's "how to" workshops

Starting today, Australians can start listing projects on the well-known crowdfunding site Kickstarter
Oct 16 2013, 1:34PM
Designers: Dick Smith is selling the Leap Motion

Designers: Dick Smith is selling the Leap Motion

Leap Motion is now on sale at Dick Smith and could be of interest if you’re a designer, 3D graphic artist or CAD user
Oct 16 2013, 1:07PM
Box now has 100GB of space for US$5 a month

Box now has 100GB of space for US$5 a month

If you're looking for somewhere online to store data, well-known cloud storage site Box has announced new plans and prices.
Oct 14 2013, 2:06PM
If you require lots of storage, here's one of the cheapest ways to go about it

If you require lots of storage, here's one of the cheapest ways to go about it

Why would you choose something like Synology's new rackmounted NAS servers over a traditional high end server? Krishan Sharma explains.
Oct 11 2013, 11:37AM
What dual-SIM phones are available in Australia?

What dual-SIM phones are available in Australia?

Australian retailers only have a limited range of dual SIM phones, but there's more available than previously.
Oct 10 2013, 11:40AM
Custom email signatures are a pain

Custom email signatures are a pain

I don't know of any other service out there that can automate the creation of professional looking email signatures and ensure full compatibility with all major email clients.
Oct 8 2013, 9:47AM
Deal spotted: Optus releases $2-a-day prepaid offer for unlimited calls

Deal spotted: Optus releases $2-a-day prepaid offer for unlimited calls

Need to make lot of calls on a work trip? Optus has just released a pre-paid offer which costs $10 upfront, then $2 a day for unlimited calls and some data.
Oct 4 2013, 12:20PM
Deal spotted: $5 parking in Sydney and Brisbane CBD this Labour Day weekend

Deal spotted: $5 parking in Sydney and Brisbane CBD this Labour Day weekend

If you're going to be in the city for work this weekend, you might as well take advantage of this $5 "all day" parking offer in the Sydney and Brisbane CBD.
Oct 3 2013, 11:15AM

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