Stuart Sumner is editor of Computing.

Previously he spent 12 years in the IT industry as a programme manager, where he was responsible for the delivery of corporate WAN rollouts for global blue-chip companies.

Stuart has also written for Time Out and IPC Media, and in his spare time writes scripted comedy for TV and radio.

Articles & blogs by Stuart Sumner

The office of the future

Futuristic city
Microsoft's chief envisioning officer Dave Coplin tells Computing what sorts of environments we can expect to work in in future
26 Jul 2013

Smartphones and wearables to power the enterprise of the future

future-predictions
Computing's readership gives its predictions as to the predominant business devices of the coming years
24 Jul 2013

Swiss cloud firms - the new Swiss bank account?

Swiss alpenhorn blowers
With data privacy fears at an all-time high following Prism, FISA and the Patriot Act, can Swiss cloud firms join their financial services compatriots in offering truly private services?
10 Jul 2013

Opinion: why there are a million clouds on the horizon

Lew Moorman, president of Rackspace, explains that no single cloud will be able to fulfil every customer's needs
04 Jul 2013

Enterprise Mobility Summit - the delegates' view

Delegates at Computing's recent Enterprise Mobility Summit 2013 give their views on the trends and issues relating to mobility
03 Jul 2013

Could tech start-ups use employee shareholder agreements to become more competitive?

What if wrong hiring decisions are made and the new staff are not a good fit with the business? What if the business stops booming, salaries are an unsustainable burden and people need to be let go?
02 Jul 2013

Taking Responsibility for your Core Data - why it matters

Talend's Yves de Montcheuil argues that poor data quality can prevent organisations reaching their revenue targets
01 Jul 2013

Mobile roaming charges fall

Cost of using mobile phones in other EU countries to call and use the internet falls today due to new rules
01 Jul 2013

Opinion: Fibre is good for you, but not when it's taxed

David Barker of 4D Data Centres argues that the government's fibre tax rules are confusing, and anti-competitive
28 Jun 2013

Windows 8.1 preview launched by Microsoft

Update includes return of the Start menu, better SkyDrive integration, and improved search
26 Jun 2013

The flexible working revolution

Computing is in the midst of a flexible working trial featuring VDI and Unified Communications technologies. And the verdict so far...
26 Jun 2013

Enterprise Mobility Summit: Speakers' Corner

The speakers at Computing's recent Enterprise Mobility Summit give their views on the latest trends and issues around mobility
26 Jun 2013

Enterprise Mobility Summit: Has BYOD started to lose its shine?

Jim Henrys of Intel asks if you should support all the devices employees bring with them, or limit them to just a few choices
26 Jun 2013

The future of work: How technology innovation will transform our environment

In future connected devices will be more proactive, making intelligent recommendations for the services they monitor
14 Jun 2013

Top 10 security stories of 2013 so far

Computing looks back at the most important cyber security stories of the past six months
13 Jun 2013