Caroline Donnelly

Caroline Donnelly is the news editor of IT Pro and its sister site Cloud Pro, and covers general news, as well as the storage, security, public sector, cloud and Microsoft beats.

Caroline has been a member of the IT Pro/Cloud Pro team since March 2012, and has previously worked as a reporter at several B2B publications, including UK channel magazine CRN, and as features writer for local weekly newspaper, The Slough and Windsor Observer.

She studied Medical Biochemistry at the University of Leicester and completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Magazine Journalism at PMA Training in 2006.

Recent articles by Caroline Donnelly

Email again

Virgin Media mass email blunder to be investigated by ICO


Virgin Media botched mail-out to be probed by the Information Commissioner's Office

Nokia Lumia 2520 UK sales halted due to charger fault


Nokia claims charger has potential to cause electric shocks, so has temporarily stopped sales

Apple iOS design guru Greg Christie to retire


Reports suggest a falling out with Apple design chief Jony Ive may have prompted departure

VMware promises enterprise low-cost route to VDI


Virtualisation giant claims moves to cut cost of virtual desktops are starting to pay off

Computers connected to a mainframe

The IBM System/360 mainframe turns 50


As Big Blue's technology hits the big 5-0, industry watchers argue mainframes still have an important role to play

Apple snaps up UK-based speech recognition firm Novauris


Consumer electronics giant bolsters voice capabilities with recent purchase.

Warwick University to patent 2D camera hand gesture recognition tech


Research team hail development of software that can convert 2D mobile phone cameras into hand gesture recognition device

school kids

Virgin Media Business bags £1bn school IT services deal


ISP enlisted to help London Grid for Learning rollout IT framework across the UK.

Step 3: Burn a CD with the FreeNAS image

Copyright law overhaul to make ripping CDs legal for private use


However, Government quick to remind users they must own the content to avoid falling foul of copyright law.

Windows 8 woes & Kent Police data protection fines: IT Pro's web comments round-up


Windows 8 and the ICO's decision to fine Kent Police £100K for a data breach were hot conversation topics this week

BlackBerry posts smaller than expected Q4 loss


However, downbeat revenue and device sales mar the celebrations.

EE brings 4G to a dozen more UK towns


Mobile operator continues to press ahead with its 4G rollout plans.


3D printed drone success hailed by Sheffield university


Engineers claim trial success could pave the way for disposable drones.


MS-DOS & Word for Windows original source code released


US computing museum has made source code for two of Microsoft's most popular products available to download for fre

London buses

TfL trials interactive bus stop technology in Regent Street


TfL teams up with Clear Channel UK to bring real-time, interactive travel information to tourists and commuters.

EE to launch a £99 4G phone in April


Mobile operator claims Android-powered device will be UK's cheapest 4G smartphone. logo

Microsoft in the clear over anti-Gmail ad campaign


ASA rules in software giant's favour over email scanning claims.


BT ditches Vodafone for EE in MVNO deal


Telco confirms deal is to go ahead, five months after details of it first emerged.


Government graphene development funding details announced


In the wake of yesterday's Budget, more information about the Government's graphene funding plans have come to

IBM Watson prescribed by doctors to fight aggressive brain cancer


Artificial intelligence service used to speed up genetic data analysis and provide personalised patient care.


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