Tamlin Magee

Group Production Editor, UK

Tamlin is the group production editor for Computerworld and Techworld in the UK. He has previously covered a wide range of beats at a variety of publications, from European channel markets, enterprise cloud and privacy, to architecture, design, film and music. He is particularly interested in the intersection between technology, the political sphere and the day-to-day.

Hitachi Vantara CTO on quantum, data ethics, and public trust

How BT used GDPR to get its data in order

How BT used GDPR to get its data in order

BT's data governance director Horia Selegean outlines how the British telco used the looming GDPR regulation to boost its big data capabilities

The military-industrial complex cannot get enough of open source

The military-industrial complex cannot get enough of open source

From the DoD, fighter jets and rocket launchers, open source is embedded within the military and the weapon makers supplying it

The major milestones of the Government Digital Service (GDS)

The major milestones of the Government Digital Service (GDS)

We look at the key moments in the history of GDS

Huawei controversies timeline

Huawei controversies timeline

Huawei has become embroiled in a global power struggle between the US and China, and the UK is now a key battleground in the conflict - read on for our historical review of the controversies

How enterprise technology supports the British police

How enterprise technology supports the British police

Here are the various pilot projects, digital initiatives and IT devices that are supporting cash-strapped police officers on their beats - from the seemingly benign to the highly controversial

BT bets big on Canonical for core 5G network

BT bets big on Canonical for core 5G network

The foundations for the future of BT's 5G network are open source, as well as supporting edge services and practically every virtualised aspect. Group chief architect Neil McRae explains why Canonical was the natural fit

What happens when cyber attackers reach quantum-advantage?

What happens when cyber attackers reach quantum-advantage?

Aerospace and defence group Thales is investing in a large ecosystem of partners to work on quantum-resistant cryptography: without it, legacy cryptography could be broken overnight.

How Alphabet security moonshot Chronicle fits in at Google Cloud

How Alphabet security moonshot Chronicle fits in at Google Cloud

In late June this year, Google parent company Alphabet announced that Chronicle - the 'moonshot' spinout that became a standalone security company - would be folded into Google Cloud. Here's what it promises to bring to customers

Skype alternatives: The best video conferencing software

Skype alternatives: The best video conferencing software

Google Hangouts Meet Image by iStock Google Hangoutsis a simple and easy-to-use web conferencing software that can be accessed by anyone with a Gmail account. The Hangouts Meet feature allows users to...

How Trustpilot pivoted to infrastructure-as-code and serverless first

How Trustpilot pivoted to infrastructure-as-code and serverless first

Massive Danish consumer website Trustpilot is on a bold drive to go totally serverless, which it hopes could translate to a 10x saving in cloud compute costs

The Complete Guide to Quantum Computing

The Complete Guide to Quantum Computing

Find out more about how enterprise vendors are leading the charge to make quantum computing a reality

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