Skip navigation redesigns as first tech site with dedicated section coverage of tech mega trends.

New responsive and mobile platforms bring Internet of Things, Mobility, Big Data, Cloud, Data Centre and Cybersecurity content to the UK business community from one site.

London April 2015: Computer Business Review ( is the first UK B2B tech web site providing dedicated news and analysis on the revolutionary digital technology trends that will drive the UK economy for the next decade.

The leading technology web site has added a new design and navigation built on an in-depth coverage of Internet of Things, Big Data, Mobility, Cloud, Data Centres and Cybersecurity. This will sit alongside Computer Business Review’s continued coverage of Enterprise IT and Telecoms.

Ambrose McNevin, Editor in Chief, said: “The new site and mobile platform provides news, insight and analysis on the whole digital technology sector. For any IT or business professional using technology for business advantage the new provides the content for informed investment decisions”.

Covering the UK IT and digital technology sectors Computer Business Review has served its audience with the latest and best news and analysis for over 25 years. Visit from your mobile, tablet device or desktop for an optimised experience of the best content on the technology revolution driving business growth.

For further information, please contact:

Ambrose McNevin
Editor in Chief
Computer Business Review

Telephone: 0207 936 6648

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