Graeme Burton is Chief Reporter at Computing.

He has 15 years of experience in news and magazine journalism, and has edited such titles as Trade & Forfaiting Review, Inside Knowledge and Managing Information & Documents.

Articles & blogs by Graeme Burton

Munich considers dumping Linux to return to Windows - after just one year

Linux penguin
One of the first major migrations from Windows mulls a switch back to Microsoft due to user complaints
19 Aug 2014

GCHQ port scans 32 countries to find servers it can hack and use in attacks

GCHQ Cheltenham
GCHQ's 'Hacienda' programme to find insecure servers it can compromise - and from which it can conduct attacks
19 Aug 2014

BlackBerry crumble stops abruptly as smartphone sales bounce

Blackberry CEO John Chen shows off Passport and Classic handsets. Image via Crackberry
BlackBerry arrests its decline as sales increase sequentially in the second quarter, according to IDC
18 Aug 2014

Microsoft to release Windows 9 technology preview next month

Microsoft dangles imminent Windows 9 release in front of disgruntled Windows 8 users
15 Aug 2014

Oracle wins latest round in intellectual property war with Rimini Street

District court rules in Oracle's favour against cut-price third-party maintenance company
15 Aug 2014

Samsung pays $200m for internet of things platform SmartThings

Samsung follows fashion set by Apple and Google to buy household automation company
15 Aug 2014

One-fifth of work PCs harbour malware – study

Malware-infested PCs down to company policies, claims security software company
14 Aug 2014

Internet crashes worldwide as routers run out of memory

Ageing internet hardware struggling to keep up with internet growth, causing a series of crashes – with worse to come
14 Aug 2014

US construction company sues bank over cyber-heist

TEC Industrial sues TriSummit Bank after cyberheist perpetrated by gang based in Eastern Europe
14 Aug 2014

Case study: How Homerton Hospital saved 90 per cent on storage hardware by shifting from NPfIT for clinical imaging

Hospitals across the UK are ditching NPfIT for image archiving - with Homerton cutting storage hardware costs from £50,000 to £5,000 in the process
13 Aug 2014

NHS set to save millions as botched NPfIT storage deals come to an end

NPfIT contracts forced hospitals to pay over the odds for out-of-date storage technology
13 Aug 2014

Nvidia unveils 64-bit ARM 'Project Denver' CPU

New Tegra K1 pairs 192-core Kepler architecture-based GP with custom 64-bit dual-core ARMv8
12 Aug 2014

Oracle database 'redaction feature' easily un-redacted, claims researcher

No fancy exploit code required, just a good working knowledge of SQL, claims David Litchfield at Defcon 22
11 Aug 2014

Attacks on government systems in Eastern Europe, Middle East and Central Asia linked to Russian state

Flaws in Windows Server 2003 and Adobe Acrobat Reader opened doors to "Epic Turla" cyber-attackers
11 Aug 2014

IBM claims first in 'neuromorphic' computing

IBM claims microprocessor that mimics human brain can perform 46 billion operations per second drawing just 70 milliwatts of power
11 Aug 2014