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

Less than a third of Cyber Security Challenge finalists have found a job in cyber security

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Cabinet Office says that 'almost a third of face 2 face and masterclass contestants find a career in IT security'
18 Mar 2014

Sale of postcode database was ‘a mistake’, say MPs

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Public Accounts Committee says Postcode Address File was included in sale of Royal Mail to "boost the share price at flotation"
18 Mar 2014

RBS chief analytics officer calls for ‘UK financial services cloud’

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Alan Grogan believes sector should follow the example of the US healthcare industry in embracing the cloud
17 Mar 2014

Cabinet Office launches Cyber Security Challenge 'masterclass'

The event will culminate in a champion being crowned on Saturday evening
14 Mar 2014

Is Microsoft finally breaking down its barriers of bureaucracy?

Microsoft's approach to iOS, Android and the overlaps between its own products, suggests that the firm may have finally changed tack
14 Mar 2014

RBS picks Microsoft SQL Server 2012 PDW solution in a bid to increase efficiency

RBS can now understand its customers better, claims chief analytics officer Alan Grogan
13 Mar 2014

Banking IT disaster could happen again, unless banks move off legacy systems

The bank's chief analytics officer tells Computing that an IT glitch won't happen again at RBS
12 Mar 2014

Is Microsoft just testing the waters with Social Listening?

Sooraj Shah questions whether end-users are likely to find that Microsoft’s social tool adds any real value
12 Mar 2014

Are businesses sold on social media analytics?

Not everyone is convinced by the business case
11 Mar 2014

Camden Council CIO hits out at G-Cloud complexity

Complicated pricing, short-length contracts and unaccommodating terms and conditions need to change, says John Jackson
11 Mar 2014

Facebook’s Instagram 'signs $50m advertising deal' with Omnicom

Deal could see likes of Pepsi, Microsoft and AT&T posting videos and photos on mobile photo-sharing app
10 Mar 2014

Cabinet Office completes trial of Google Apps, Evernote, Libre Office, Android and iOS devices

Staff were 'extremely reluctant' to return trial equipment, according to Cabinet Office
10 Mar 2014

MasterCard and Visa team up in a bid to boost payment security

Recent high profile breaches have "served as a catalyst"
10 Mar 2014

National Audit Office set to replace Oracle ERP system in £1m tender

NAO to replace Oracle e-Business Suite system to get 'additional functionality'
07 Mar 2014

‘Snake’ cyber espionage operation the work of 'well-funded professionals'

BAE Systems analyses toolkit and finds that it 'bears all the hallmarks of a highly sophisticated cyber operation'
07 Mar 2014