Here’s a selection of some of our top technology writers, along with samples of their work.
Please remember that we have other great tech writers and, if you need someone with a particular niche specialism, we’ll go out and find them for you at no extra charge.
Formerly head of technology at the Telegraph, Shane is a very versatile tech writer with a lot of commercial experience. He is the author of the book Bye Bye Banks, which examines how disruptive banking models are changing the retail banking sector. Samples:
Ben spent 16 years at the coalface of tech in IT support and management roles before becoming a copywriter. He now specialises in B2B content for tech companies, mostly aimed at CIOs, CTOs and IT managers. Samples:
A versatile digital copywriter with a strong track record in business and tech. Great at punchy infographics and video scripts, he can also turn his hand to more detailed long form copy. Samples:
A financial services, fintech and crypto specialist who began his career in journalism before moving into commercial copywriting. His experience includes a spell in-house at investment manager Brewin Dolphin. Samples:
After writing on technology for a number of Fleet Street broadsheets, Sean came to specialise in martech. He has been a regular contributor to CMO.com, Econsultancy and Digital Doughnut, and writes for numerous niche commercial clients. Samples:
John started as a Labs reviewer and Technical Editor for Personal Computer Magazine in the early 1990s, before becoming editor of Network World, LAN Magazine Network Week, Tornado-Insider Magazine, and WTN’s Intelligencer. In 2003, he turned to cybersecurity and has been writing about it ever since for Techworld (as co-founder), Computerworld, PC World, CIO, InfoWorld, the IDG News Service. More recently, he’s made regular appearances for sites such as Naked Security, The Register, Which Computing, The Stack, and Ransomware.org.