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.

Salesforce goes vertical with manufacturing and consumer goods 'clouds'

How Goldman Sachs brought Marcus to the UK using AWS

How Goldman Sachs brought Marcus to the UK using AWS

The global bank brought its first retail product to the UK last year, with AWS cloud infrastructure helping it react to unforeseen initial demand

'One big happy family': How Pivotal will fit back into VMware

'One big happy family': How Pivotal will fit back into VMware

The platform-as-a-service specialist is rejoining VMware after a deal was struck in August. We spoke to people on both sides to see how getting closer could change the way both vendors do business

Cloud Foundry's Project Erini gathers momentum

Cloud Foundry's Project Erini gathers momentum

The Erini project is gathering pace amongst the Cloud Foundry community as the open source platform and Kubernetes continue to converge

Change management mars TfL signalling system upgrade

Change management mars TfL signalling system upgrade

The signal system modernisation will allow the transport authority to run more trains at peak times, but drivers are struggling to get to grips with the system

Easyjet ready for take off with voice bookings

Easyjet ready for take off with voice bookings

Using natural language processing technology from Google Dialogflow, the budget airline is incorporating voice booking into its popular mobile app later on this month

Nationwide goes low-code to build new business savings app

Nationwide goes low-code to build new business savings app

The British building society wanted to launch a desktop app for its business savings customers quickly, turning to the low-code platform OutSystems to spin one up in a matter of weeks

Thomas Kurian's key hires show Google Cloud's enterprise ambition

Thomas Kurian's key hires show Google Cloud's enterprise ambition

The ex-Oracle executive has wasted little time hiring new sales leads across the globe to push Google Cloud forward in the cloud computing wars and better attract enterprise customers

Asics to bring runners better workout data after Snowflake shift

Asics to bring runners better workout data after Snowflake shift

The sportswear company turned to the cloud data warehouse after its Amazon Redshift instance started to creak

Why GoCompare is going all-in on Microsoft Azure

Why GoCompare is going all-in on Microsoft Azure

The owner of GoCompare is in the process of moving its popular price comparison site to Microsoft Azure in an all-in migration, with help from Rackspace

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?

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