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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Podcast: The state of UK 5G today

Podcast: The state of UK 5G today

Listen as UK-based Online Editor Hannah Williams lays out the state of 5G connectivity across the UK today and how to feel about those coronavirus conspiracy theories. This podcast is produced by IDG Communications, Inc.

Biggest technology acquisitions 2020

Biggest technology acquisitions 2020

We round up the biggest technology industry mergers and acquisitions of the year so far

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...

How Brit Insurance took a startup approach to Ki launch

How Brit Insurance took a startup approach to Ki launch

Due to go live next year, the Ki platform will allow brokers to insure complex assets like satellites and skyscrapers from their home or mobile for the first time

Top fintech startups in the UK

Top fintech startups in the UK

Thought MachineFounded in London by four ex-Googlers in 2014, Thought Machine spent two years developing its VaultOS (now just branded Vault) core banking platform, which it unveiled in 2016. Since then, it has forged high-profile...

RBS shutters Bó after just six months

RBS shutters Bó after just six months

The challenger brand launched by the high street bank will be shutting down after informing customers that it is closing down the app-only bank

FCA further delays two-factor online shopping authentication by 6 months

FCA further delays two-factor online shopping authentication by 6 months

The new rule, which will force payments platforms and online retailers to strongly authenticate purchases of £28 or more has been delayed by another six months amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

Monzo takes current account switching crown

Monzo takes current account switching crown

The digital challenger bank is now the most switched to bank in the UK as Nationwide Building Society loses its long-held top spot

UK tech unicorns ask chancellor for access to emergency loans

UK tech unicorns ask chancellor for access to emergency loans

The 'unicorn letter', sent by some of the best-funded private technology companies in the country, asks the chancellor to form an urgent taskforce to give them access to government-backed lending schemes during the pandemic

How to scale up your startup workforce without killing its culture

How to scale up your startup workforce without killing its culture

Startups moving to the scale-up phase will naturally experience growing pains, here's how to manage your team through that period with as little disruption as possible

How proptech startup CapitalRise contended with Brexit and increased regulation

How proptech startup CapitalRise contended with Brexit and increased regulation

The proptech startup wanted to democratise investment in prime real estate projects through crowdfunding, but government regulations have limited its reach to high net worth individuals

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