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.

What UK startups need to know about freedom of movement post-Brexit

What UK startups need to know about freedom of movement post-Brexit

The government has given little clarity on the issue of freedom of movement after the UK eventually leaves the EU on 31 October, making it very difficult to prepare. Here's what we do know

What is open banking? What does it mean for UK banks, fintech startups & consumers?

What is open banking? What does it mean for UK banks, fintech startups & consumers?

Nearly two years on from the introduction of open banking we explain the regulation, how it impacts the banks and fintechs and what consumers need to know

Skills gap to blame for GDPR compliance woes

Skills gap to blame for GDPR compliance woes

A new report suggests that most businesses are happy with their GDPR compliance posture, but the lack of skills in the space is leading to an increase in reported breaches according to the UK head of the International Association of...

Nearly half of UK venture capital firms still don't prioritise diversity and inclusion

Nearly half of UK venture capital firms still don't prioritise diversity and inclusion

A new report from Diversity VC has found that despite greater awareness and noise around the topic, the UK venture capital industry still has much work to do when it comes to actively promoting diversity and inclusion and implementing...

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

What the UK tech industry thinks of the 'unicorn visa'

What the UK tech industry thinks of the 'unicorn visa'

Two of the UK's biggest technology unicorns have called for easier visa rules for the fastest growing companies after Brexit, is it a good idea?

How UK fintech became obsessed with metal cards

How UK fintech became obsessed with metal cards

The trend of releasing exclusive metal cards by UK fintech companies is in full bloom. Are these the latest status symbol or just a fad?

The Snoopers' Charter: Everything you need to know about the Investigatory Powers Act

The Snoopers' Charter: Everything you need to know about the Investigatory Powers Act

The UK government's Investigatory Powers Bill has sparked debate over the balance between privacy concerns and national security in the post-Snowden era, with controversy around encryption, bulk data and hacking being aimed at the...

Number of senior UK female VCs remains static, despite greater awareness

Number of senior UK female VCs remains static, despite greater awareness

Findings from the latest Diversity VC report show that the number of women at senior levels has remained static and that a third of all UK investors went to Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Stanford or a prominent business school

UK fintech GoCardless cuts infrastructure costs by 25% with shift to Google Cloud

UK fintech GoCardless cuts infrastructure costs by 25% with shift to Google Cloud

The UK fintech has recently completed a migration to GCP, reducing infrastructure costs and giving the organisation greater flexibility and opportunity to leverage advanced machine learning capabilities

RBS cuts employee travel with collaboration technology

RBS cuts employee travel with collaboration technology

The UK bank is taking the money saved on corporate travel and investing it in collaboration technology and spaces for its employees as part of a broader shift towards "commercial thinking"

How to avoid diversity debt and scale inclusion with your startup

How to avoid diversity debt and scale inclusion with your startup

Some practical advice to build diversity and inclusion into your hiring process from day one and avoid building up 'diversity debt'

Highest paying technology employers in the UK 2019

Highest paying technology employers in the UK 2019

Research from job seeking site Glassdoor shows that technology companies make up six of the top ten highest paying employers, rubbing shoulders with big banks and asset managers

Lessons learned from an S/4HANA public cloud migration by Spirit Airlines

Lessons learned from an S/4HANA public cloud migration by Spirit Airlines

Budget US airline Spirit shared some lessons learned on its journey from ECC to S/4HANA public cloud, and some of the benefits it hopes to see after go live later this year

Why the US tech giants are uninterested in getting into open banking

Why the US tech giants are uninterested in getting into open banking

The Implementation Trustee for Open Banking, Imran Gulamhuseinwala, says just one of the big technology giants has shown an interest in open banking, while also sharing an update on consumer uptake of new services

How the Bank of England is modernising its systems for the future

How the Bank of England is modernising its systems for the future

The Bank of England's outgoing governor Mark Carney is looking to leave behind a more modern bank from a technology perspective, setting it up to leverage AI, automation and open APIs

How the UK government supports technology startups

How the UK government supports technology startups

We look at the resources that the UK government provides for technology startups, from funding to visas

How UK banks are looking to use AI and machine learning

How UK banks are looking to use AI and machine learning

Building AI teams Image by iStock UK bank Natwest is looking to leverage AI across its business by building a dedicated AI team in-house. This team has already identified using AI to improve its...

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