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

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: BYOD? Very soon you may have to...

Business man using smartphone as part of bring your own device trend
Companies looking to get out of hardware entirely, claims Moka 5's Kimber Spradlin
16 Jun 2014

McAfee: £300bn annual global cost of cyber crime

Malware cyber criminal
'Groups have repeatedly shown that they can overcome almost any cyber defence,' admits McAfee
10 Jun 2014

Spending on high-end storage falls 25 per cent – IDC

NetApp FAS8060 storage array
Overall market down 6.9 per cent as economic uncertainty persuades companies to keep their storage kit longer
09 Jun 2014

Everything Everywhere to consider London flotation in the autumn

Orange executive responsible for EE says an IPO will be considered 'when we return from vacation'
09 Jun 2014

How Rentokil builds mobile applications without the bugs

Rentokil build apps step-by-step, says Rentokil's head of design Ian Morris
06 Jun 2014

Vodafone transparency report reveals extent of government surveillance

Spy agencies in six countries have direct access to phone operators' networks, admits Vodafone
06 Jun 2014

Too open for business? Why attacks on PoS systems are escalating

Attacks against retailers are increasing as more and more malware aimed at point-of-sale systems is being produced
04 Jun 2014

European governments targeted by 'Molerats' cyber-crime gang

BBC and a major financial institution also attacked with 'spear phishing' emails
03 Jun 2014

National Crime Agency issues warning over GOZeuS and CryptoLocker malware

P2P network that controls banking Trojan taken down in action led by FBI
03 Jun 2014

NSA building database of photos for facial recognition project

Photos drawn from online sources, such as Facebook and other social media
02 Jun 2014

Carriers not yet adopting software-defined networking

Infonetics research indicates that carriers are holding back on virtualisation
02 Jun 2014

Flaws in 999-emergency calling system software exposes sensitive calls to hackers

Multiple flaws in NICE Systems software and MySQL database could be exploited by hackers, warns security company
31 May 2014

Patents account for one-quarter of the cost of a smartphone, claims research

$120 of the cost of a $400 smartphone pays for the intellectual property, claims report
30 May 2014

World's largest companies recruiting CISOs for board-level roles

CISOs move up in the world with a place on the board and a $500k annual wage
30 May 2014

Estonian plan for 'data embassies' overseas to back up government databases

Data-hosting plan driven by fear of Russian invasion or cyber attack
30 May 2014