Mark Samuels

Mark Samuels

Freelance journalist

Mark Samuels is a freelance writer specializing in business and technology. For the past two decades, he has produced extensive work on subjects such as the adoption of technology by C-suite executives.

At ITPro, Mark has provided long-form content on C-suite strategy, particularly relating to chief information officers (CIOs), as well as digital transformation case studies, and explainers on cloud computing architecture.

Mark has written for publications including The Guardian, ZDNet, TechRepublic, Times Higher Education, and CIONET. He started working as a staff writer at Computing in 2000, where he later became the publication’s features editor. In 2008, he took charge of the brand’s monthly supplement Computing Business alongside his features responsibilities.

From 2008 to 2014, Mark was also editor of the membership magazine for IT leadership forum CIO Connect. As part of the role, Mark oversaw the editorial content for CIO Connect, edited research reports, and maintained an extensive network of industry experts.

Before his career in journalism, Mark achieved a BA in geography and MSc in World Space Economy at the University of Birmingham, as well as a PhD in economic geography at the University of Sheffield.

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