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

EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager questions Google's rivals over search and advertising

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EU's Google probe continues with questioning of rivals expected to finish in January
11 Dec 2014

Warning for big data over EU Data Protection Directive

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DLA Piper's Andrew Dyson highlights potential impact of EU Data Protection Directive on companies' big data plans
10 Dec 2014

Ministry of Defence takes G-Cloud route for new data centre

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G-Cloud data centre contract with Ark will save money and carbon emissions, claims MoD
09 Dec 2014

Newly uncovered Linux Trojan represents 'missing piece' in four-year Turla malware attacked

Linux component of Turla Trojan could've been used in the wild for four years, warn Kaspersky and Symantec
09 Dec 2014

Microsoft returns to court to protect customers from US government data grabs

The US government wouldn't like it if 'the boot were on the other foot', says Microsoft legal counsel Brad Smith
09 Dec 2014

Cisco accuses rival Arista of copying its technology in patent and copyright lawsuits

Arista knowingly included Cisco patents into its products, claims Cisco, and copied its IOS software
08 Dec 2014

No change for government IT regardless of who wins the next election, believes Liam Maxwell

Government Digital Service CTO Liam Maxwell looks forward to continuing his role, regardless of the outcome of the general election in 2015
27 Nov 2014

Liam Maxwell: Open standards and focus on inter-operability has opened the way to 'government as a platform'

Maxwell expects continuity of IT even if there is a change of government after the general election in 2015
26 Nov 2014

What exactly did security software companies know of Regin, the latest malware disclosed by Symantec this weekend?

H4cked off: Security software companies have some questions to answer about Regin, the latest state-sponsored malware that has been observed in the wild for at least six years
25 Nov 2014

In computer security, it's almost impossible to tell the 'good guys' from the 'bad guys'

Even the most sophisticated of cyber attacks invariably start with a banal email and a simple attachment or URL. But how should organisations start to protect themselves against such attacks?
25 Nov 2014

Stuxnet-style malware 'developed by Western intelligence agency' uncovered in Russia and Saudi Arabia

Symantec warns that many components of Regin probably 'remain undiscovered' and that 'additional functionality and versions may exist'
24 Nov 2014

Government CTO Liam Maxwell recruits army of senior IT leaders to manage new contracts

Public sector hiring IT specialists to bring lost IT skills back in-house, says Maxwell
20 Nov 2014

Threat intelligence – the best form of defence?

Major organisations are subject to millions of 'security events' every week, but which ones should be ignored and which investigated? IBM argues that threat intelligence can help
17 Nov 2014

“Garbage in, garbage out” - a bad model for data collection...

Data is becoming more important than ever for winning and wowing customers. But many organisations admit that their data collection just isn't good enough
14 Nov 2014

Sainsbury's Matt Wills leads back-to-front DevOps revolution at grocery chain

IT infrastructure transformation at Sainsbury's as grocery chain updates IT and implements automated environments for DevOps
14 Nov 2014
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