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

Government launches Cyber Essentials Scheme

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CESG and CREST to work together to vet public-sector suppliers
05 Jun 2014

SAP Sapphire: Unilever ‘strives for UI as good as Apple', says global CIO

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Willem Eelman had urged SAP to improve the UI of its core products so that Unilever could expand adoption of its apps and drive value
05 Jun 2014

Putting projects on the fast track: thetrainline.com’s CTO Mark Holt

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Reflecting on his first two months in the role, Holt talks about the need for developers, DevOps, the cloud and microservices
04 Jun 2014

Salesforce strategy is 'easy and requires no real innovation', says SAP's head of corporate strategy

Deepak Krishnamurthy hits back at claims from Salesforce that there is 'no innovation, no growth, no love' coming from SAP
04 Jun 2014

SAP Sapphire: SAP claims it will add jobs but side-steps questions on layoffs

CEO Bill McDermott tight-lipped over reported sacking of 2,000 employees
03 Jun 2014

SAP Sapphire: SAP to start offering Fiori apps for free

CEO Bill McDermott admits that the German firm doesn't have the best reputation for user experience
03 Jun 2014

'We want to hire developers but we're struggling to find really talented ones' - thetrainline.com CTO

Mark Holt explains that many developers don't have the required attitude or communication skills to be considered for a job
30 May 2014

SMEs receive just 30 per cent of government's £2.3m Digital Services framework spend

Framework was developed to give government easy access to suppliers of "all sizes"
29 May 2014

Kabbee opts for Rackspace ahead of Google, Amazon, Microsoft owing to emphasis on customer service

London minicab firm said other companies were interested only in selling Kabbee a commodity, rather than working in tandem
29 May 2014

Shoe retail chain Office latest victim of security breach

CEO Brian McCluskey urges customers to change their passwords for Office as well as other accounts
29 May 2014

How the Financial Times, ITV and thetrainline.com have handled 'digital disruption'

IT leaders from the Financial Times, ITV and thetrainline.com talk to Sooraj Shah about how they have exploited tech upheavals
29 May 2014

Met Office selects 2ndQuadrant to help with data migration to open source

UK weather service wants to shift away from proprietary database solutions that require a licence fee
28 May 2014

Snowden: I was a trained spy for the NSA and CIA

NSA whistleblower dismisses claims he was a "low level analyst" in latest interview
28 May 2014

ICO slams Student Loans Company for data breaches

Personal data including medical details were sent to the wrong people, says watchdog
28 May 2014

Apple admits iMessage has issues and claims a software update is on its way

Many people who switch from iPhone to Android can't receive text messages because of issues
23 May 2014