Sooraj Shah is a reporter for Computing and joined the publication in September 2011.

Sooraj worked for Legalease on the Legal 500 Asia Pacific lawyer's guide, as a researcher and writer.

He graduated from the University of Manchester in 2010 with a BA in Linguistics.

 

 

Articles & blogs by Sooraj Shah

VMware CIO Tony Scott pushes IT-as-a-service model at virtualisation giant

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Scott claims sceptics are now seeing the benefits of switching from the traditional method of procuring hardware
18 Dec 2014

Care.data: Caldicott calls for NHS to answer areas of concern

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If answers satisfy Caldicott and the independent panel, Care.data will go ahead as an 'opt-out' scheme
18 Dec 2014

Up-skill or lose out - VMware CIO Tony Scott's advice to employees

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IT staff who don't want to learn new skills need to be sat down and shown where the company intends to go - and the skills it needs to get there
17 Dec 2014

How Moneysupermarket.com CIO Tim Jones is taking inspiration from Spotify, Netflix and Zynga to shape his own technology strategy

Jones has been inspired by ideas such as squads and tribes, Z-Cloud and Chaos Monkey
16 Dec 2014

Conjuring cohesion: An interview with TUI Travel Group CIO Mittu Sridhara

Sridhara explains how TUI is attempting to reduce the amount of systems it has while exploring new technologies to give it a competitive edge
15 Dec 2014

Cornwall Council sent information about salaries and redundancies to wrong staff in data breach

Council blames 'data transfer error' for breach that affected at least 50 employees
15 Dec 2014

MPs say Care.data programme should be put on hold

All Party Parliamentary Group report says there is a lack of clarity about the project and says it 'would be correct to halt the programme'
12 Dec 2014

Birmingham City University investing £10m in attempt to plug STEM skills gap

Industry faces a shortfall of 80,000 skilled workers within the next two years, according to Semta
12 Dec 2014

‘CIOs should become more like interior designers,' says local government CIO

Rocco Labellarte says boards should trust CIOs' judgement in the same way home owners trust interior designers
10 Dec 2014

Sony facing huge challenge to keep secure as hackers seek notoriety

Hackers targeting all divisions of Sony for 'badge of honour in the IT community', according to Kevin Murray, VP, Digital Production at Columbia Records
09 Dec 2014

Post Office signs end-user computing deal with Computacenter worth 'more than £100m'

Contract will help Post Office be 'more responsive and customer-focused', says CIO Lesley Sewell
09 Dec 2014

BSkyB customer intelligence arm selects Automation Consultants to reduce time taken to deploy application

Sky IQ wanted to cut down automated deployment time of viewer intelligence platform
08 Dec 2014

Insurance firms expect to acquire digital start-ups to give them a competitive edge

But many acquisitions are just 'exploratory', and a fifth of firms are yet to put together a digital strategy at all
08 Dec 2014

GCHQ’s Tempora programme deemed legal by Investigatory Powers Tribunal

Tribunal has asked for more submissions but said the system of mass surveillance disclosed by Snowden could in principle, be lawful
05 Dec 2014

Kent Council claims it will save £2.5m after moving to VDI with VMware

VMware chosen over Citrix because it had 'more of a vision, was honest and explained all of the hidden costs'
04 Dec 2014