Alex Cruickshank

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Alex Cruickshank has been writing about technology and business since 1994. He has lived in various far-flung places around the world and is now based in Berlin.

 

Tech trends: Winners and losers as changing attitudes shift policies in North America

Trends

Tech trends: Winners and losers as changing attitudes shift policies in North America

2018 was an interesting year for IT in North America, but 2019 could easily trump it.

Tech trends: Politics likely to dominate European tech in 2019

Trends

Tech trends: Politics likely to dominate European tech in 2019

Gazing into a murky crystal ball to find out what awaits the EU technology sector in 2019

Tech Cynic: The distraction bird

Mobile Communications

Tech Cynic: The distraction bird

We can fill the brief gaps in our lives like never before. That's not necessarily a good thing.

Tech Cynic: VR, the never-popular technology

Software & Web Development

Tech Cynic: VR, the never-popular technology

Virtual Reality headsets are available now. Get yours today! Or, more likely, don't.

Tech Cynic: Keen new developers will kill us all

Software & Web Development

Tech Cynic: Keen new developers will kill us all

Young, fresh-faced developers are finding employment in startups, full of exciting new ideas. They must be stopped.

Platform or publisher?

Social Networks

Platform or publisher?

Vast social networks are censoring prominent right-wing US commentators for hate speech. What happens next?

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Metadata Management

Why the data difficulties in Deutschland?

Companies doing business in Germany with data face numerous hurdles. Here's why, and what to do about it.

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Storage Management

Why is everyone so clueless about enterprise data storage?

No clue what your organization's storage requirements will be in the future? Don't worry, you're in good company.

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Software & Web Development

Why Spectre demands more elegantly-coded software

Developing bloated software was almost excusable while processors were forever getting faster. That changed in January.

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Social Networks

Why tech addiction may soon need be on the CIO's radar

It's still possible for suppliers and developers to claim ignorance of tech addiction, but maybe not for much longer

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