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Chris Middleton

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Full name Chris Middleton
Country United Kingdom
Primary language English
Specialist areas

Enterprise technology, digitally-enabled enterprises, leadership, business strategy, IT strategy, digital media, security, mobility, big data, analytics, cloud, robots, robotics, AI, organisations, business lifestyle and travel, unified communications, sourcing, open source development, retail, music distribution, music technologies, publishing, digital rights, collaboration, Internet of Things (IoT), telepresence, immersive technology, 3D

Editorial work News writing, Features writing, Editing, Picture editing
URL http://www.chrismiddleton.company
Media outlets regularly worked for

IT strategy magazines Nationals UCInsight.com Child Internet Safety magazine

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Last updated 19-08-2015 12:31


Chris Middleton is one of the UK’s leading business & IT journalists and magazine editors, with a 20-year publishing career. He is founder of Strategist magazine, consulting editor and former editor of Computing, co-founding editor of Child Internet Safety magazine, co-editor of UCInsight.com, a contributing editor to Diginomica, and former editor of both Computer Business Review (CBR) and Professional Outsourcing – a magazine he co-founded and ran for four years. In addition, he has written for The Guardian, The Times, the BBC, Computer Weekly, PC World, i-CIO, Business & Technology, and Publishing News, among others.

Unusually, Chris has also designed and produced a number of successful magazines himself, including the Strategist, Professional Outsourcing, and Child Internet Safety. Chris has a ‘portfolio’ career. He is the author of several books on digital media, and has edited and contributed to at least 50 more. He is an experienced public speaker and conference host, and has trained as a mentor for a youth organisation. In addition, Chris has a separate career as a professional musician, is a published photographer, and is one of the few private individuals in the UK to own a real humanoid robot, which he hires out to schools, colleges, and corporate clients (www.stanleyqubit.com)