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

Shylock banking Trojan network targeted UK users

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Eastern European-based gang targeted UK banks in fraud that netted millions
15 Jul 2014

US charges three over high-tech industrial espionage

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Finger pointed at China over theft of military technology secrets by hackers
14 Jul 2014

Fujitsu to invest £1.15bn in new global cloud push

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New data centre planned for the UK as part of a renewed cloud push by Fujitsu
14 Jul 2014

Google Ventures opens London office with £60m start-up fund

Google looks to invest in Europe's capital-starved start-ups
11 Jul 2014

Freed at last: Microsoft claims to have 'liberated' 4.7 million infected PCs

Microsoft cracks another malware gang as evidence emerges that Gameover ZeuS botnet is being reassembled
11 Jul 2014

Nadella: Microsoft reorganisation on the way as cloud and mobile come first

New Microsoft CEO to unveil corporate re-organisation when financial results are announced on 22 July
11 Jul 2014

Goodbye C++. Hello F#?

Development environments are shifting from 'C family' languages to functional tools in response to cloud and mobile
11 Jul 2014

Chinese hackers crack networks of US agency handling security clearances

No personal information stolen, claims Department of Homeland Security
10 Jul 2014

Windows 7 “mainstream support” to be discontinued next year

Just migrated from Windows XP to Windows 7? Mainstream support stops in January 2015
10 Jul 2014

IBM to invest $3bn in chip research to support cloud and big data

Investment will encompass research into quantum computing, silicon photonics, graphene as IBM looks to seven-nanometre process technology
10 Jul 2014

Why the London Metal Exchange is investing £1m in new technology for old-style 'pit trading'

LME chief technology officer Robin Paine talks to Computing about the Exchange's plans to upgrade its face-to-face trading technology
26 Jun 2014

Social homes, big data

The Housing Action Charitable Trust is starting to provide housing associations with big data analytic applications. Graeme Burton reports
24 Jun 2014

Oracle seals $5.3bn deal for Micros Systems – but analysts say it should be buying SaaS

Long-rumoured deal is finally sealed, but questions are raised over whether the cash could be better spent
24 Jun 2014

London Metals Exchange to invest £1m in new trading floor technology

137-year-old Exchange rejects proposals to ditch 'open-outcry trading floor' and will update it instead
23 Jun 2014

Google adds camera surveillance to Nest – amid a flurry of acquisitions

Dropcam adds video surveillance to Nest digital thermostats, while beefing up DoubleClick advertising and next-generation wireless
23 Jun 2014
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