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.

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RBS automates away £7 million in manual server provisioning tasks

RBS automates away £7 million in manual server provisioning tasks

The UK banking group has saved up to £7 million (nearly $9 million) over less than two years by eliminating a whole host of manual server provisioning processes

Devops expert Gene Kim: How devops helps business meet challenging times

Devops expert Gene Kim: How devops helps business meet challenging times

Gene Kim, devops’ foremost advocate, expounds on the impact COVID-19 could have on devops practices and why devops expertise is still a hot commodity

In brief: Microsoft's Fluid Framework documents explained

In brief: Microsoft's Fluid Framework documents explained

At Build 2020, Microsoft opened up its Fluid Framework as a user preview for Microsoft 365 Enterprise and education subscribers enrolled in Targeted Release. Here's a look at the concept, what documents it supports and how it could be...

What is Chaos Monkey? Chaos engineering explained

What is Chaos Monkey? Chaos engineering explained

By wreaking random havoc on your systems in production, Chaos Monkey teaches you how to make those systems stronger

Google Cloud Anthos now available for AWS, with Azure to follow

Google Cloud Anthos now available for AWS, with Azure to follow

Google Cloud’s software for managing Kubernetes workloads across multiple on-prem and cloud environments reaches out to its biggest rivals

How developer teams went remote overnight

How developer teams went remote overnight

Some developer teams have always worked as remote, distributed teams, while others are learning on the fly — and fast. Here’s how companies are keeping their developers happy and productive under the cloud of COVID-19

Etsy goes cloud native to better scale to seasonal demands

Etsy goes cloud native to better scale to seasonal demands

The popular marketplace moved everything to Google Cloud, after Google brought in engineers, not sales reps, during the proposal process

Total cloud: ClearScore eyes cost savings as it migrates everything to AWS

Total cloud: ClearScore eyes cost savings as it migrates everything to AWS

The London-based fintech has switched to AWS from IBM's SoftLayer in an effort to cut costs and accelerate global expansion efforts.

Sonia Patel appointed NHSX CIO

Sonia Patel appointed NHSX CIO

The ex-joint CIO for London North West University Healthcare Foundation Trust and The Hillingdon Hospitals Foundation Trust will join the digital unit this summer

Can Deutsche Bank’s PaaS help turn the bank around?

Can Deutsche Bank’s PaaS help turn the bank around?

Engineers at Deutsche are so proud of their homegrown container platform, they hope to sell it to other banks

Entering the Chinese market? Here’s how to do it cloud-first

Entering the Chinese market? Here’s how to do it cloud-first

To extend your business inside China – and actually compete – you’ll need to set up shop behind the Great Firewall. Here’s how to choose a Chinese cloud provider and navigate the regulatory and privacy complexities

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