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

Who’s pulling IT’s strings?

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Graeme Burton examines the technology that is giving the marketing department increasing power over IT
07 May 2014

Amazon brings desktop-as-a-service to Europe – Windows 7, of course, not Windows 8

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Amazon Web Services WorkSpaces now available out of Amazon's Dublin data centre
07 May 2014

Microsoft plans smaller Surface tablets and a silicon shift to Qualcomm

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It lives! Windows RT to continue under new CEO Nadella with new launches in two weeks
07 May 2014

Antivirus software is “dead”, says Symantec VP

Senior vice president Brian Dye admits antivirus software catches just 45 per cent of malware
07 May 2014

Microsoft case shows the increasingly long reach of government agencies

A US court has ordered Microsoft to hand over data about a user held in Ireland. But is that necessarily so unusual? Graeme Burton investigates
06 May 2014

Tesco to launch new smartphone and updated Hudl 2

Tesco smartphone to offer similar specifications to the Samsung Galaxy 5 – but cost a lot less
06 May 2014

Barclays raids Australia's Commonwealth Bank to hire Michael Harte as chief operations and technology officer

Barclays steals Commonwealth Bank's CIO to fill top IT role in London
01 May 2014

London Metal Exchange 'insources' its IT team

One hundred employees return to tend the IT function at the LME
01 May 2014

Less than one-third of 'serious' security breaches made public

Security incidents routinely hushed up – even if sensitive data is leaked
01 May 2014

Twitter tanks as losses rise and growth slows

Is the second dot-com bubble close to bursting point? Twitter growth slows as the company posts huge accounting loss
30 Apr 2014

Apple and Samsung make closing arguments in (latest) patent case

Apple argues for $2bn in damages over "slide to unlock" and other patents
30 Apr 2014

Infosec 2014: EU cybercrime head blames TOR for making it difficult to catch criminals

Tools used to access the "deep web", Bitcoin and Edward Snowden blamed by European cyber-crime fighters
30 Apr 2014

Meet the IT troubleshooters

For some, being an interim CIO – rather than a permanent CIO – is a career choice. Graeme Burton talks to three “career CIOs” to find out why they do it
29 Apr 2014

Tibco buys Jaspersoft in $185m deal

Tibco buys open source embedded analytics and reporting software vendor
29 Apr 2014

US court says cloud companies must hand over ALL data on demand, regardless of where it is held

Holding data overseas doesn't exempt cloud computing companies from US government data grabs
28 Apr 2014