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

DDoS attacks hit 41 per cent of organisations in the past year

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BT study finds that attacks were becoming more effective at subverting IT security measures
30 Jun 2014

Hillarys Blinds deploys Avaya's Aura UC platform to boost customer support

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Head of ICT Julian Bond believes platform was key contributor to company's growth
30 Jun 2014

HP and Capgemini top government suppliers' earnings list - raking in more than £1bn a year each

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Whitehall Monitor finds that government continues to splash cash with big IT suppliers despite promise to move to SMEs
27 Jun 2014

Salaries soar for cyber security high-flyers

While CISO paypackets are growing at an accelerating rate, wages for mid-tier cyber security workers appear to be stagnating. Sooraj Shah investigates
27 Jun 2014

NHS data governance in critical condition

The NHS desperately needs to rebuild public confidence in its ability to handle sensitive data – but so far it appears to be in denial over the crisis, writes Sooraj Shah
27 Jun 2014

End users should prioritise employees over infrastructure when it comes to UC - Plantronics

Many companies think about the 'technical excitement' but forget to make users comfortable, says Judith Hogan
26 Jun 2014

BBC paid at least £150,000 to Accenture for DMI review

Company hired eight consultants over an eight-week period, according to Freedom of Information request
26 Jun 2014

Google-owned Nest opens up to third-party apps

5,000 developers have already expressed an interest, says Nest Labs
24 Jun 2014

Cabinet Office and Capita joint venture to offer cyber security training for boards and CEOs

Axelos will charge a fee for scenario-based and 'gamification' training sessions
24 Jun 2014

Heartbleed - 300,000 systems still not secure

Even a decade from now, critical systems could be vulnerable, claims security researcher
23 Jun 2014

DLA Piper believes Windows 8 could be the catalyst for its next mobility refresh

Microsoft Surface is next on the list of devices that the law firm wants to provide for its employees
23 Jun 2014

Government reveals successful bidders for £10m rural broadband cash pot

£10m to be used by firms to explore ways to take 'superfast' broadband to remote areas
20 Jun 2014

Surrey Police axes £15m IT project due to 'lack of experience and skills'

Auditor Grant Thornton says lack of know-how led to SIREN project's termination
20 Jun 2014

European Court of Justice to investigate Facebook-NSA privacy fears

Privacy campaigner Max Schrems wants investigation on how the NSA uses EU Facebook users' data
19 Jun 2014

Department of Health sets out 'technology revolution' for 2014-15

Department wants to change the way it uses technology and data to improve quality or care, and help people manage their own healthcare
18 Jun 2014