Computing welcomes new Editor

Tom Allen
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Computing welcomes new Editor

Tom Allen will lead the title as we invest in our research, events and global presence.

I am delighted to introduce myself to you as the new editor of Computing, taking over from the inestimable Stuart Sumner. It doesn't seem that long ago that I was taking my first steps into the ...

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