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

Security-Officer-as-a-service - what does it mean and who is it for?

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A cyber-skills shortage is leading smaller firms to opt for a part-time CISO, but does it keep them secure, and would it work for larger companies?
11 Nov 2014

One third of jobs in the UK 'at risk from automation' but will IT jobs be affected?

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Deloitte finds that jobs that pay less than £30,000 a year nearly five times more likely to be culled than jobs paying over £100,000
10 Nov 2014

Insurance giant RSA appoints first group chief digital officer

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Digital and multi-channel director Ian Hood promoted to new role
10 Nov 2014

More mobile spectrum for 4G to be auctioned off next year

Regulator Ofcom says another auction for 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz bands will boost mobile internet capacity
10 Nov 2014

Intel Capital invests $62m in 16 new companies with focus on cloud, mobile, IoT and analytics

Investment arm of chip-maker Intel is to invest a total of $355m this year
06 Nov 2014

Was GCHQ's Robert Hannigan right or wrong to call on tech firms to help with terrorism threat?

Two Computing journalists butt heads over whether GCHQ should be assisted, or condemned
06 Nov 2014

Government 'has pimped out its front-end, but it has not changed its legacy engines', claims former HMRC CIO

Reliance on legacy systems will see government departments falter, says Phil Pavitt
05 Nov 2014

Why the Department of Health moved 12,000 users to a private cloud

The Department of Health's Bob Armstrong explains the thinking behind the Atos-led, £74m-plus ‘Open Service’ project
05 Nov 2014

Unilever moves its HR system to the cloud with Workday HCM

Fast-moving consumer goods manufacturer Unilever presses on with cloud strategy after opting for SAP HANA Cloud
04 Nov 2014

Oracle licensing leaves customers 'hostile and filled with deep-rooted mistrust'

Campaign for Clear Licensing says some customers were fearful of speaking up in case of any audit repercussions
03 Nov 2014

Top 10 IT news stories of the week: Hitting Belgacom while it's down, and could Universal Credit be in a worse state than realised?

Candid interviews dominate the top 10: David Davis MP, Belgacom's Fabrice Clement and a job centre whistleblower
31 Oct 2014

Nearly a quarter of IT leaders are unfamiliar with the term 'DevOps'

Despite businesses who have deployed DevOps seeing a whole host of benefits, many of their peers are unaware of what the term means
31 Oct 2014

Coca-Cola Bottling Company migrates 1,100 users from IBM Notes to Office 365 in one weekend

Third largest US Coca-Cola bottler partners with Dell and InfraScience to make the switch
31 Oct 2014

Universal Credit is 'completely unworkable, badly designed and already out of date', says jobcentre employee

Whistleblower suggests that the IT behind flagship welfare system is already obsolete
28 Oct 2014

Government issues £300m IT services tender for education sector

Providers are expected to be able to supply a range of delivery models, IT solutions and services
28 Oct 2014
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