|Full name||Eric Doyle|
Startups, scientific research, cleantech, biotech, IoT, security, wireless and cabled networks, service oriented architectures, Web services, virtualisation, business systems, e-commerce, Internet, consumer electronics, media training
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing, Picture editing, Photography, Radio, Video|
|Last updated||19-04-2015 10:14|
I've been an IT journalist for over 30 years and a freelance for most of that time. I've written for over 30 consumer and trade publications, including Computing, Computer Weekly, The Guardian, The Times and Good Housekeeping. During my career I've been a photographer, computer programmer and radio broadcaster. From 1984 to 1988 I was a consumer IT journalist and then moved into enterprise IT. I have been an editor, news editor, reporter and production editor. In July 2000 I became Technology Editor at Computer Weekly and on leaving in December 2002 I returned to freelancing. I am now founder of TechBritannia, a publication looking critically at the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the UK for technologies, services and research in IT, biotech and cleantech (greentech).