Martin Veitch


Martin Veitch is Contributing Editor for IDG Connect


Business Management

Rant: The Agony of Conference Calls

Conference calls should be easy but too often they turn out to be time-wasting disasters


Messaging Security

Mimecast's Next Trick: Unlocking Unstructured Data

Many pundits expect Peter Bauer to float Mimecast but his ambitions are bigger than that


Rant: Working From Home's Not Working

The idea that we are all better off working from wherever we prefer is a pernicious myth


Interview: Autonomy Boss Robert Youngjohns Picks Up the Pieces, Spots Some Gems

Software veteran Robert Youngjohns is the man charged with making sense of HP's botched acquisition of former UK tech powerhouse Autonomy


Rant: UI Design and the New Wild West

User interfaces are getting cluttered in the race to add features and innovate


Martin Veitch (US) - Next Wave of Californian Tech Dreamers Swerve Silicon Valley for San Francisco

Tech firms are increasingly ignoring Silicon Valley in favour of San Francisco



Martin Veitch (Middle East) - Interview: Kaspersky Regional MD on Cyber-Attacks, Internet Disconnect and Opportunity

From cyber-espionage and attacks to the challenges of a diverse region in the Middle East and Africa, Kaspersky Lab Middle East managing director Tarek Kuzbari has...


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