Bryan is editor in chief of Computer Weekly, responsible for managing and developing the team producing all Computer Weekly editorial content, including the web site, weekly digital magazine, blogs, video, podcasts, web seminars, social media, face-to-face events, community and the CW500 IT leadership group. Before joining Computer Weekly in November 2009, Bryan was editor of a rival publication, Computing, where he had worked since May 2000. Prior to becoming a journalist, he worked in the IT industry for more than 10 years, for companies including ICL, Intentia (now part of Lawson Software) and Thomas Cook.
Cliff Saran is the managing editor (technology) on Computer Weekly magazine responsible for commissioning, writing and overseeing the magazine strategy concerning all matters relating to technology from up-and-coming research and development to systems management challenges and legacy support and maintenance. Cliff has been writing about these subjects since the early 1990s. In his current role, he writes a regular blog called Cliff Saran’s Enterprise blog which aims to unravel the hype, weed out the fear uncertainty and doubt spun by the massive marketing machinery in the IT industry.
Karl is the Computer Weekly's services editor. His main focus areas for stories are financial services and outsourcing. Typically for financial services he writes about how the retail and investment banks are harnessing technology and how systems can be used to help companies meet regulations such as Basel II and the Markets in Financial instruments Directive (MiFID). Outsourcing is relevant across all business and technology sector and focuses on the strategic and cost cutting benefits associated with outsourcing IT. Topical issues include the insourcing versus outsourcing debate and whether it is better to off-shore, near-shore or on-shore your outsourced technology.
Jennifer Scott is the networking editor for Computer Weekly, responsible for coverage of networking, communications, telecoms and mobile.
Head of Premium Content
Bill is an award winning journalist, who has written for national newspapers, magazines and has worked as a researcher on investigative television documentaries. He developed and taught an investigative journalism course at the University of Westminster, where he is currently an external examiner. His awards include a Freedom of Information Award, and the British Editors Freedom of the Media Award. Most recently he won three awards in the BT Security Journalism Awards 2007, including the BT ‘Enigma Award’ in recognition of his outstanding and consistent contribution to IT security journalism.
Warwick Ashford is security editor at Computer Weekly. He joined the CW team as chief reporter in June 2007, focusing on IT security, business continuity, IT law and regulation, compliance and governance. He was appointed security editor in May 2012. Before joining CW, he spent four years working in various roles including technology editor for ITWeb, an IT news publisher based in Johannesburg, South Africa. He came to IT journalism after three years as a course developer and technical writer for an IT training organisation and eight years working in radio news as a writer and presenter at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).
Business Applications Editor
Brian McKenna is the Business Applications Editor, Computer Weekly. He originally joined the CW team in March 2007 as the Editor of Computer Weekly (print), coming from Elsevier where he was the launch editor of Infosecurity magazine.
Antony Adshead made a career switch from engineering to journalism in 1995 and since then has written news and features for a wide variety of business and technology magazines. He was senior reporter and deputy technical editor at leading business IT magazine Computer Weekly from 2000 to 2004, after which he developed a successful career as a freelance writer covering IT networks and storage for a number of technology titles. Antony is originally from Birmingham and now works from West Yorkshire. He has a master’s degree from the University of London.
Data Centre Editor
Archana Venkatraman is Site Editor for Data Centre and Virtualisation. Prior to joining TechTarget Inc., she has worked as a reporter on Information World Review. Archana has over four years of reporting experience on a range of IT and marketing publications in the UK and in India. She holds a BA in English literature and a Masters degree in journalism from Mumbai University. As the site editor, Archana is responsible for all the content on the site. She works with expert contributors in the UK to produce a range of strategic articles around data centres, server virtualisation, disaster recovery, cloud computing, and green IT among others.
Currently Editor of MicroScope a weekly business magazine targeting computer suppliers. As well as editing the magazine and preparing for the web also a keen blogger about literature.