175 Cloud Computing journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Cloud Computing media list of 175 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Cloud Computing reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Jon Arnold is Principal of J Arnold & Associates, an independent telecom analyst and strategy consultancy based in Toronto, Ontario. The consultancy’s primary focus is providing thought leadership and go-to-market counsel regarding IP communications and disruptive technologies, like VoIP, mobile broadband, contact centers, telepresence/video, unified communications, collaboration, SIP trunking, cloud communications, session border controllers and social media.
I write about Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, Fintech, Web 3.0, IoT and other digital technologies that are transforming today's enterprise landscape.
A graduate from Indian Institute of Mass Communications and M.Phil. from JNU, Muqbil comes with a very diverse and vivid background. An author, a tech evangelist and environmentalist, Muqbil has worked with various organisations as a senior editorial resource. At Grey Head Media, his prime responsivity is to nurture the western regions of Mumbai and Pune with rich and intense interactions with CIOs, CISOs and technology vendors.. Write about Technology (Enterprise IT, mostly); articles impact enterprise CIOs/CTOs/CDOs/CISOs across India. Specialties: Enterprise IT, Cloud, AI, Big Data, Analytics, Blockchain, IoT, AR/VR.
B2B technical marketing professional with 8+ years of experience of digital marketing and strategist. He has mainly worked for B2B technology services and solutions companies, building B2B digital marketing strategies to successfully deliver marketing and sales qualified leads. Expert in technology domains like security, networking, cloud, virtualization, storage and IoT.
Abel Avram has been involved in many InfoQ editorial activities since 2008, enjoying writing news reports on Mobile, HTML, .NET, Cloud Computing, EA and other topics. He is co-author of Domain-Driven Design Quickly.
Joseph Gildred is a professional freelance writer specializing in the cloud, productivity and user privacy. He uses his background as a quality assurance and data analyst to bring a no-stones-unturned approach to his work. HIs ability to explain complex subjects to diverse audiences and isolate patterns helps him develop powerful and original content for his client base.
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.
Caroline Donnelly is a senior editor at Computer Weekly. Her beats include datacentre, cloud and virtualisation technologies, and finding out all about the end users deploying them.
Editor in chief @TechForge_Media. @cloud_comp_news, @MarketTechNews, @EnterpriseCIO_, others. Likes esoteric music, sport, political biogs.
Sara Grier is an assistant site editor for the Cloud DevOps media group. She recently joined the SearchCloudComputing team at TechTarget where she writes and edits articles for the site. Sara graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in English, with a Creative Writing concentration and a Film certificate.
I am a business writer and editor, with extensive experience of the way technology is used and adopted by chief information officers (CIOs) at blue chip organisations. My experience has been gained through senior editorships, investigative journalism and postgraduate research. During my career, I have developed a strong portfolio of freelance clients, including The Guardian, The Economist Intelligence Unit, TechRepublic, ZDNet, IT Pro, Cloud Pro, Computer Weekly, CBR, Financial Director, Accountancy Age, Times Higher Education, Educause, Inform and CIONET.
Abigail Opiah is the Senior Reporter for Data Economy. She writes about data centres, cloud and edge computing. Abigail was a Researcher at ITV This Morning, and has had experience at Channel 5, London Live and BBC London.
Joe was the news editor at IT Pro and Cloud Pro, but is now Deputy Editor of those two media titles. Target him with all IT and cloud technology news, as he writes about them all, but is particularly interested in any stories that offer business insight and market analysis.
Staff Writer & Junior Editor | Data Centre | Cloud | IoT | Big Data | AI | Cyber Security | Blockchain.
John Buni is the co-founder and CEO of CleanCloud, a global SaaS business with 5,000 users across 70 countries. The technology it provides helps small, independent business to better compete with the giants of the US$9 billion dry cleaning industry. He is also the founder of Tailor Made London.
Tamlin is online editor at ComputerworldUK and Techworld. 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.
I am a journalist and editor focused on how technology is changing the world we live in. I regularly speak to IT decision makers about how they’re bringing their organisations forward using technology, with a particular focus on the biggest trends: cloud computing, devops, the internet of things, cyber security, big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
Steve Brooks has worked in IT for nearly 30 years, working through different roles to CIO in a number of vertical markets including Finance, Manufacturing and Real Estate. A qualified Project Manager. He spent 17 years at Savills plc, a FTSE 250 real estate company, rising to CIO before leaving in 2012. Steve is Director of Consultancy at Synonym Ltd and while studying at Henley Business School for his MBA was deputy editor at www.business-cloud.com, a Dods Group publication. He joined CIC as an associate consultant in 2013. He is a member of BCS and an associate member of the Institute of Directors.
Senior Digital Transformation practitioner with strong background in emerging technologies, new way to work systems and processes, Cloud solutions, data analytics, AI applications. Industry expertise includes financial services, energy & utilities, telco, pharma, retail, public sector.
Editor for TechForge Media's diverse publications with a readership in excess of 1.5 million and covering a wide range of topics including; software development, telecommunications, cloud computing, digital marketing
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