Author: Lianne Caetano

Lianne Caetano Lianne Caetano currently serves as Sr. Director of Global Consumer Product Marketing at Intel Security. She brings over 20 years of experience to this role, having worked in a strategic marketing capacity for top tier high tech companies since 1989. Prior to joining McAfee, Lianne was the senior product marketing manager for Nokia’s Ovi services line. While at SiBEAM, Lianne had a dual role as Director of Marketing for SiBEAM and Executive Director for the WirelessHD standards consortium. Lianne served as the Product Line Manager for Netgear's first 802.11 wireless and VPN security product lines. Previously, Lianne was the Director of Product Marketing at Filanet Corporation, a manufacturer of Linux-based Internet appliances purchased by uRoam in 2002. She also held several positions at 3Com including Senior Product Marketing Manager for both the Home Networking and the U.S.Robotics 56K Desktop Modem group, where she managed the strategic direction for products, pricing, promotions and channels of distribution. Prior to joining U.S. Robotics, she held positions at Apple Computer, Inc. in Sales, Channel Marketing and Communications. Lianne graduated with an MBA from the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University.

“Florals for Spring, groundbreaking.” There are few movie quotes that continue to resonate as much as the line delivered by Meryl Streep’s character in the modern classic “The Devil Wears Prada”. The line sparked memes galore, poked fun at the showy culture surrounding fashion, and mocked the pressure our society places on keeping up with […]

The days are getting shorter and your bags are (finally) unpacked from the annual family vacation. Summer is officially coming to an end. For kids, nothing is more bittersweet than switching gears from hot days filled with play dates and summer camps to long school days and early mornings. For a kid, a new school […]

It wasn’t that long ago when discovering new products, restaurants and everything in between came down to asking our circle of friends. Reviews and ratings were the stamp of approval to which our friends held the key. In 2016, we ask the internet, and now strangers tell us what they like (or don’t), and why […]

Life is made up of the little things. There are ‘fuzzy feeling’ little things; like when the nice lady in front of you pays for your coffee, or when your boss acknowledges a report you went above and beyond to deliver. Then there are the less exciting, more mundane details. Things like remembering to turn […]

Technology has become the personal assistant of our dreams, but also the crutch for our brains that we’ve grown increasingly reliant upon. There’s a seemingly unending supply of random information and factoids that you can glean from the web (did you know Scotland’s national animal is a unicorn?). We have information at our fingertips like […]