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

MoJ employees go on strike over sensitive data sell-off as job losses loom

Ministry of Justice logo
PCS union claims that IT services firm Steria is being 'rewarded for failure'
24 Jul 2014

Fortnum and Mason bags its first CIO

Illustration of employment
Retailer hires Whistles' director of IT and logistics David Mold
24 Jul 2014

West Midlands Police selects Accenture for £25m digital transformation project

West Midlands Police
HP to design IT infrastructure to support new systems
22 Jul 2014

HP: Enterprises should work in cycles to ensure mobile app development keeps up with changes

An app's user impact is more important than design elegance, adds Quocirca
22 Jul 2014

Home Office criticised for 'poor IT' after writing off £347m IT project

Little confidence that £209m replacement will be money well spent, says PAC
22 Jul 2014

NHS England to hire director of intelligence to take charge of care.data programme

Successful candidate must have strong strategic leadership experience gained at a senior level, says NHS
21 Jul 2014

Google Fiber on its way to the UK - once it finds the right provider

CityFibre the latest company in talks with Google over move across the Atlantic
18 Jul 2014

Cabinet Office looks for data centre partners to handle 'top secret' information

Government wants to partner with a data centre provider in a deal that could be worth £700m
18 Jul 2014

IBM joins forces with Apple to develop 100 business apps for iPhone and iPad

IBM will also sell Apple devices to its business clients as part of partnership
16 Jul 2014

Google-owned Nest latest to unveil industry group backing Internet of Things standards

Nest follows Intel and Qualcomm who launched separate industry groups in the last eight months
15 Jul 2014

KPMG and Imperial College London team up in bid to help businesses exploit big data analytics

Partnership claims that new centre will help put UK at the forefront of data science
15 Jul 2014

GCHQ seeks to control the internet with social media manipulation, poll hacking and even more snooping

Spy agency has catalogue of software tools it uses to infiltrate the internet to shape what people see
15 Jul 2014

DWP to pay Atos £10m to extend disability reassessments contract

DWP to spend millions to keep on French firm that wanted to walk away
14 Jul 2014

GCHQ to be quizzed on surveillance claims by Investigatory Powers Tribunal

Lawyers representing spy agencies will be tasked with proving that surveillance is lawful and justified
14 Jul 2014

iPhone not a threat to China’s national security, claims Apple

Chinese state media claim that iPhone frequent location feature could reveal state secrets
14 Jul 2014