Danny is a Staff Writer for Computing. With experience in online and broadcast journalism, he joined Computing in August 2012 after over two years working in the video games industry press. He graduated with a Master's degree in Multimedia Broadcast Journalism from University College Falmouth in 2008, after previously completing a BA in Politics at the University of Exeter.

Articles & blogs by Danny Palmer

Abercrombie & Fitch hastens international expansion with GT Nexus cloud solution

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Supply chain management tool allowing distribution centres to become far more efficient
11 Jun 2014

Highways Agency selects BAE Systems Applied Intelligence to improve national IT estate

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Deal worth £7.5m over three years
11 Jun 2014

UPDATED: European Commission to investigate Apple's tax arrangements

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Competition Commissioner Joaqin Almunia to announce probe into what US has previously called "the Holy Grail of tax avoidance"
11 Jun 2014

Keeping the faith: the organisations sticking by BlackBerry

BlackBerry is no longer the dominant force in enterprise mobility, but that doesn’t mean it has been completely abandoned. Computing’s Danny Palmer speaks to some of the organisations that continue to base their mobile strategy around BlackBerry and BB10
10 Jun 2014

US Department of Defense approves use of Android devices in Pentagon, despite security fears

Five Samsung devices added to list of approved products, despite previous concerns about security vulnerabilities of Google OS
09 Jun 2014

Europol cybercrime head: International public-private collaboration 'the one true way' to stop cyber criminals

Paul Gillen, head of operations for Europol's European Cybercrime Centre, tells Computing that the likes of Operation Tovar can only be successful if they're international in scope
09 Jun 2014

Call for more specialist code reviewers after new OpenSSL vulnerability found

University of Ulster's Kevin Curran tells Computing that code reviewers need to think like hackers
06 Jun 2014

BlackBerry: ‘Maybe consumer wasn’t a battle we could’ve won’

BlackBerry says it is better equipped to win the fight in the enterprise mobility arena than consumer
03 Jun 2014

LateRooms.com CTO Stuart Hughes wants to build 'the Barcelona of IT'

LateRooms.com CTO Stuart Hughes tells Computing that he wants to develop IT staff in the same way Barcelona develop young football talent
02 Jun 2014

Samsung launches world's first Tizen OS smartphone

Samsung Z runs on Linux-based software and will be released later this year
02 Jun 2014

NHS cyber security 'suffers from lack of data ownership'

Coventry University's Dr Siraj Ahmed Shaikh responds to report Criticising cyber security in healthcare
30 May 2014

ICO slams Council's 'startling' data security policy, threatens court order

Information Commissioner issues enforcement order which if not upheld will result in court action
30 May 2014

Security experts' surprise over report claiming healthcare 'lags behind' in cyber security

Mimecast and Trustwave question claims made in report by risk start-up BitSight
29 May 2014

CIOs losing faith in BlackBerry

Businesses see BlackBerry as a sinking ship
29 May 2014

Taking tablets: an interview with South Devon NHS Trust IT operations manager David Hayes

Hayes tells Computing how the South Devon NHS is embracing the mobile revolution to improve patient care
29 May 2014