Expert writer specializing in covering technology for enterprise, small business, and consumer audiences
Jacqueline Emigh (pronounced "Amy") is a highly experienced writer and editor with a strong specialization in technology. She writes features, news stories, blogs, and product reviews for top tech media sites in addition to content for corporate clients. In a career spanning more than 20 years, she's become deeply knowledgeable about a wide range of software, hardware, and services aimed at consumer, small business, and enterprise markets. Jacqueline is particularly adept at matching voice, style. and content to the needs, interests, and skill levels of specific audiences. That's true whether the readers are tech novices, enthusiasts, small business owners, software developers, systems integrators, or CIOs, for example.
Jacqueline earned a B.S. in Communications from Emerson College, with a journalism concentration. She's held full-time jobs as a site editor and content strategist with TechTarget, Betanews, and Ziff-Davis. In addition, she's worked as a contributing editor to SD (Software Development) Times, Techwalla, JupiterMedia, Windows in Financial Services Magazine, and Wireless Integration Magazine. As a freelancer, she's contributed to such publications as PC World, CIO, PC Magazine, and Byte. She's also written custom content for brands that include NCR, Verizon Wireless, Cox Business, Microsoft, Oracle, and Cincinnati Bell Technology Solutions (CBTS), for instance.
Her portfolio on ClearVoice represents only a small sampling of the thousands of articles she's published. When she isn't writing or editing, she enjoys music, the outdoors, photography, and travel.
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Emerson College , B.S. in Communications, journalism concentration
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Articles in Linux Today by Jacqueline Emigh
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