Profile of Sean McGrathFreelance IT Writer
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Sean McGrath is a freelance IT writer, researcher, and journalist. He has written for PC Pro, the BBC, and TechWeekEurope, and has produced content for a range of private organizations. Although he holds a first class degree in investigative journalism, his dreams of being a famous political reporter were dashed when he realized that he was mildly better at writing about technology than he was at anything else.
Sean lives on the south coast of England with his wife and dog. In his spare time, he can be found in his shed, where he pulls apart old PCs and attempts to make furniture.
Articles by Sean McGrath
posted in May 2015
Small and medium businesses face big cybercrime challenges on small budgets. Essential practices can help reduce risk.
Find out how to choose the best Mobile Device Management (MDM) product to balance security and privacy needs.
IoT initiatives should start with internal assets and the ability to collect and respond to data.
IT should build flexible backend systems that can adapt to a variety of mobile platforms rather than fixate on specific devices. Here's why.
Crowdtesting lets developers get real-world feedback on applications across multiple platforms with numerous variables.
Star Trek inspired the first mobile phone. Today 4G LTE enables real-world business tools, including feature-rich apps and robust failover.
Business intelligence tools put more power in the hands of end users, but IT must still manage data integrity and security.
The utility computing model, predicted 54 years ago, has been realized by cloud computing -- and continues to evolve.