Scott Carey

UK Group Editor

An experienced enterprise technology journalist, he is as comfortable writing analysis as he is hosting industry events and appearing on broadcast media. He has a keen interest in big IT and cloud vendors, deep knowledge of the SaaS market and digital transformation at some of the UK's biggest companies, and a contacts book that covers the industry from top to bottom. He has a diploma in magazine journalism from Cardiff University and appreciates sport, the media and travel, both personally and professionally.

How Nationwide plans to attract the best tech talent to its new London hub

How Nationwide plans to attract the best tech talent to its new London hub

Nationwide Building Society will hire 750 new technology staff in London as it bids to better compete with larger incumbent banks and nimble fintech competitors

What's behind the Google Cloud-VMware partnership?

What's behind the Google Cloud-VMware partnership?

Last week the two vendors announced a deep integration, allowing customers to run virtualised workloads on Google Cloud Platform, so what does that mean for the market and who are the target customers?

Moneypenny to lift and shift Mitel contact centre system in favour of Twilio

Moneypenny to lift and shift Mitel contact centre system in favour of Twilio

The Welsh contact centre software provider for the likes of nPower and BMW has turned to Twilio to unify its underlying technology and better route customer calls and take advantage of call data

Dynatrace targets the 1,500 biggest enterprise companies after IPO boost

Dynatrace targets the 1,500 biggest enterprise companies after IPO boost

The SaaS application performance management vendor floated this week, and is planning to target the biggest enterprise customers in the world with its AI-powered monitoring platform

Biggest technology IPOs 2019 so far

Biggest technology IPOs 2019 so far

Dynatrace - August 2019Image by © DynatraceMassachusetts-based application performance management (APM) software vendor Dynatrace floated on 1 August, with shares jumping up 49 percent, helping the company - which is majority-owned...

The Snoopers' Charter: Everything you need to know about the Investigatory Powers Act

The Snoopers' Charter: Everything you need to know about the Investigatory Powers Act

The UK government's Investigatory Powers Bill has sparked debate over the balance between privacy concerns and national security in the post-Snowden era, with controversy around encryption, bulk data and hacking being aimed at the...

How IBM tweaked its Wimbledon highlight-picking AI to remove bias

How IBM tweaked its Wimbledon highlight-picking AI to remove bias

The long-time tech partner to the Wimbledon tennis championships has been busy tweaking its AI highlight-picking algorithm to remove bias for or against certain players

What's the difference between IaaS, SaaS and PaaS?

What's the difference between IaaS, SaaS and PaaS?

We break down the difference between the three core cloud technology categories and how IaaS vs PaaS vs SaaS stack up

How Mitel brought its communications blueprint to MLB's London Series

How Mitel brought its communications blueprint to MLB's London Series

The Canadian telco had to bring its communications technology infrastructure into the London Stadium along with the baseball diamond and the two teams to ensure the smooth running of the first ever London series

What are the advantages of open source software in the enterprise?

What are the advantages of open source software in the enterprise?

Lower total cost of ownership Image by iStock The most obvious advantage of open source software is the products are normally free to download, although it does incur running costs such as storage and...

What to expect from the new NTT Ltd

What to expect from the new NTT Ltd

As the Japanese conglomerate consolidates brands like Dimension Data and NTT Security into a new, single entity, we spoke to its new European CEO about what this means for customers and what will happen to the Dimension Data brand

Dropbox vs Box: What's best for the enterprise?

Dropbox vs Box: What's best for the enterprise?

We compare the features, integrations, admin tools and pricing for the two independent cloud storage platforms

Tableau CEO eyes 'time machine leap forward' after Salesforce acquisition

Tableau CEO eyes 'time machine leap forward' after Salesforce acquisition

The Tableau CEO sat down with Computerworld UK to talk about joining forces with Salesforce, how it will rapidly expand its enterprise reach and the first steps to bringing the two vendor's products closer together

How Box exported its Silicon Valley culture to London

How Box exported its Silicon Valley culture to London

The cloud storage giant has worked hard to establish a European base that leverages the best of its Silicon Valley roots while also embracing cultural differences

With Constellation, DataStax wants to make Apache Cassandra 'push button' easy

With Constellation, DataStax wants to make Apache Cassandra 'push button' easy

The CEO of DataStax talks about its new as-a-service offering, its latest partnership with Google Cloud and how it has mended relations with the wider Apache Cassandra community

UK fintech GoCardless cuts infrastructure costs by 25% with shift to Google Cloud

UK fintech GoCardless cuts infrastructure costs by 25% with shift to Google Cloud

The UK fintech has recently completed a migration to GCP, reducing infrastructure costs and giving the organisation greater flexibility and opportunity to leverage advanced machine learning capabilities

The self-service analytics market convergence is upon us

The self-service analytics market convergence is upon us

Two of the biggest independent self-service analytics vendors have been snapped up in the past two weeks, here's what it all means

AWS vs Azure vs Google: What's the best cloud platform for enterprise?

AWS vs Azure vs Google: What's the best cloud platform for enterprise?

It's the defining cloud battle of our time: AWS vs Microsoft Azure vs Google Cloud Platform. Who can win the IaaS enterprise market? Computerworld UK takes a look at the merits of the big three vendors

Why SME lending is the big battle for the future of business banking

Why SME lending is the big battle for the future of business banking

Small to medium sized businesses have struggled to access the sort of finance needed to grow since the financial crisis, but a new upswell of government support and the entry of some innovative, technology-enabled new entrants to the...

Saxo Bank reduces customer onboarding to one hour using machine learning

Saxo Bank reduces customer onboarding to one hour using machine learning

The Danish investment bank is in the middle of a broad technology investment programme, and is already reaping the rewards of some early data science projects

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