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

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

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

Intel pens deal with Luxottica to create smart eyewear

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Ray-Ban and Oakley sunglasses manufacturer is already working with Google to make Glass available on the high street
03 Dec 2014

WPP signs whopping $1.25bn hybrid cloud deal with IBM

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IBM to provide marketing firm with service delivery and technology platform in seven-year contract
03 Dec 2014

Software-defined data centre ‘is not just a buzzword’, according to TUI Travel CIO Mittu Sridhara

TUI Travel is investing in SDDC but Mittu Sridhara admits not all technologies are ready yet
02 Dec 2014

Bet365 picks Basho's Riak NoSQL solution ahead of nine alternatives

Bet365 CIO Martin Davies says reliability and stability of product stood out
02 Dec 2014

Too many IT workers not willing to up-skill, says Moneysupermarket.com CIO

Talent management remains number one concern for Tim Jones
01 Dec 2014

More control needed for biometrics in smartphones, says ex-GCHQ boss

Apple's iPhone 6 fingerprint scanner is secure now, but it's only a matter of time before cyber criminals find a way in, says Sir John Adye
01 Dec 2014

Does Oracle's licensing leave its customers 'hostile and filled with deep-rooted mistrust'?

Computing hears from end-users and the UK Oracle User Group to find out whether CCL's report into Oracle resonates with customers
27 Nov 2014

BBC on the hunt for website ‘editorial optimisation tool’

Broadcaster is looking to optimise audience metrics through real-time monitoring of data
25 Nov 2014

Vista to buy Advanced Computer Software for £725m

ACS CEO Vin Murria had told Computing in April that she was keeping potential buyers at bay
25 Nov 2014

Sony Pictures targeted by hackers - shuts down internal network in response

Hackers reportedly tried to blackmail Sony, warning that it had stolen 'top secret data'
25 Nov 2014

CA Technologies pays millions to RBS over IT catastrophe

Settlement will soften blow to RBS with the fiasco already costing the bank nearly £200m
24 Nov 2014

BT bids to buy back O2

Deal could be worth £10bn, but BT claims it is interested in another mobile operator's business too
24 Nov 2014

Oracle User Group fires back at suggestion that customers have 'hostile' relationship with Oracle

UKOUG believes Campaign for Clear Licensing findings to be 'very harsh on Oracle'
24 Nov 2014

VMware’s vCloud Air ‘knocks Amazon Web Services out of the park’ claims Bluefin head of IT

Kevin Turnbull claims AWS gave Bluefin zero capability to export its SAP systems
24 Nov 2014
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