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.
You can contact Cliff by emailing email@example.com.
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Contributions from Cliff Saran
- PC market crashes
- Windows XP end of support: What to do next
- Banks need to improve social media interaction
- CEOs optimistic about IT innovation and investment
- HP targets Moonshot at next generation internet servers
- Businesses blow budgets on unused software
- Enterprises abandon Java due to security holes
- HP chairman Ray Lane steps down
- CIOs must reskill to succeed with in-memory computing
- BMI Healthcare assesses BYOD for hospital consultants
- Dell filing reveals poor state of PC industry
- Strategic investments drive modest growth in IT spend
- Switching cloud services
- Watch out for hidden Wi-Fi costs
- Can executive coaching improve your prospects?
- CIO interview: Chris Shaw, IT director, Intel
- EasyJet rolls out managed Windows 7 and Office 2010 PCs
- Accenture delivers rapid reporting for Six Nations
- Galaxy S4 offers improved software and security
- CIO interview: Hervé Coureil, Schneider Electric