Laurie Clarke

Staff Writer

Laurie is a staff writer for IDG titles including Techworld, Computerworld UK and CIO UK. She studied psychology followed by a Masters in Journalism, and has since worked in marketing and as a freelance consumer insight writer. Her particular interests include consumer tech, startup tech culture and how technology is shaping society.

Culture Crossover: Unfinished symphonies

New research shines a light on the dark web

New research shines a light on the dark web

Threat intelligence firm Recorded Future has published new research examining the dark web

How Photobox migrated 6 billion files to the cloud in just five months

How Photobox migrated 6 billion files to the cloud in just five months

Techworld spoke to Photobox, winner of the Best Team award at the techies, about how they managed a mammoth photo migration in just five months

The benefit of apprenticeships for closing the technology skills gap

The benefit of apprenticeships for closing the technology skills gap

Here are some ways that apprentices can boost your business' performance and help close the technology skills gap

How to create an effective email marketing campaign

How to create an effective email marketing campaign

Email can be one of the most effective marketing tools, if you know how to wield it

Everything you need to know about Libra, Facebook's cryptocurrency

Everything you need to know about Libra, Facebook's cryptocurrency

Facebook is set to launch a coin, but what does this mean?

How Addison Lee is prepping for an AI-driven future

How Addison Lee is prepping for an AI-driven future

Speaking at London Tech Week last Thursday, Addison Lee Group Director and Head of mVentures Paul McCabe spoke about how the company is gearing up for an AI led automotive future.

Culture Crossover: Black Mirror season 5 review

Culture Crossover: Black Mirror season 5 review

Charlie Brooker dodges a crucial opportunity to hold tech CEOs to account

Jack Dorsey's Square partners with entrepreneur refugees on payments

Jack Dorsey's Square partners with entrepreneur refugees on payments

TERN is a social enterprise that supports refugees in the UK setting up their own businesses

Could wearables ever be high fashion?

Could wearables ever be high fashion?

The relationship between fashion and tech has cooled, but could this change?

Culture Crossover: Highlights at the Barbican's AI: More Than Human

Culture Crossover: Highlights at the Barbican's AI: More Than Human

We cherry pick some of the most interesting exhibits on display at the Barbican

Edtech startup Yap Books offers children an immersive reading tool

Edtech startup Yap Books offers children an immersive reading tool

Techworld spoke to Yap Books, winner of the techies Best App award, about how they created a unique educational reading tool for kids

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