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We provide data-driven insight and authoritative analysis for business, digital and policy leaders in a world disrupted and inspired by technology.

Who are we

Tech Monitor aims to provide an essential resource for the world’s top CIOs, business technology leaders and the tech-curious in a time of dramatic digital transformation. We are here to help you collaborate, innovate and connect.

Our authors

  • Afiq Fitri

    Data journalist

    Afiq Fitri is a data journalist for Tech Monitor. Before joining Tech Monitor, Afiq held research positions at maritime data analytics provider SiruisInsight.AI and cybersecurity intelligence company Silobreaker. He has also worked for Singapore's Ministry of Home Affairs and was president of student-led policy institute King's Think Tank.

  • Claudia Glover


    Claudia Glover is a staff reporter on Tech Monitor. Previously the co-founder and producer of a London-based theatre company, Claudia joined Tech Monitor after finishing her MA in journalism at Goldsmiths, University of London. Claudia has a long-standing interest in public policy and technology.

  • Matthew Gooding

    News editor

    Matthew Gooding is news editor for Tech Monitor. A former business editor of the Cambridge News, he has worked in journalism for 13 years, spending the last six covering developments in the world-leading Cambridge life science and technology cluster. He has a particular interest in deep tech and the future of business, or you can talk to him about Cambridge United and baking.

  • Cristina Lago

    Associate editor

    Cristina Lago is associate editor of Tech Monitor. She joins New Statesman Media Group from IDG, where she was online editor of the ASEAN, Middle East and Africa editions of before becoming editor of CIO UK. Prior to her career in journalism, Cristina held varied roles in the charity and private sectors.

  • Greg Noone

    Features writer

    Greg Noone is a feature writer for Tech Monitor. His work has also appeared in The Atlantic, The Guardian and Outside.

  • Pete Swabey


    Pete Swabey is editor-in-chief of Tech Monitor. He is an experienced editor, researcher, and presenter, whose work examines the technology-led transformation of business and society for an audience of senior executives and policy makers. Before joining Tech Monitor, Pete was EMEA editorial director for thought leadership at The Economist Intelligence Unit and editor of Information Age.

  • Katharine Swindells

    Data journalist

    Katharine Swindells is a data journalist at New Statesman Media Group, writing on technology and lifestyle. Her work has been featured in the Guardian, the Independent, Boston Globe and Teen Vogue.

  • Victor Vladev

    Data specialist

    Victor Vladev is Tech Monitor's data research specialist.

The Monitor Network

Tech Monitor is part of New Statesman Media Group’s network of industry-leading specialist titles, including City Monitor, Investment Monitor and Energy Monitor.

The mission of the Monitor Network is to explain how the world is changing for decision-makers in need of data-driven answers. We help our readers to lead effectively and define policies using the same rigour and quality journalism for which the New Statesman has long been admired.

Editorial standards

Tech Monitor journalists uphold the highest standards of ethical and professional journalism. In our editorial coverage we seek to be independent, fair and accurate. We make every effort to verify and check the information we publish and to be transparent about our sourcing.

If you spot a mistake, or would like to make a complaint about our coverage, please contact editor-in-chief Pete Swabey at

Tech Monitor journalists are required to follow the standards laid out in the UK  Editors’ Code of Practice and also strictly adhere to UK law in areas such as libel, privacy and copyright. If you think our content has breached the Editors’ Code you can raise this with our external ombudsman David Banks by emailing – but please only do so after first trying to resolve the issue with our editors.

He will investigate all legitimate complaints and write adjudications that will be published on this site and given equal prominence to the article in question if your complaint is upheld.

David Banks is a former co-author of MacNae’s Essential Law for Journalists, the standard textbook on UK media law, and has acted as an adviser to the UK’s Ministry of Justice. David will adjudicate on complaints by making reference to the Editors’ Code of Practice.