Christine Horton is senior editor of Channel Pro. She has 17 years’ experience in B2B publishing, for the most part specialising in telecoms and IT journalism. She has covered the IT channel in depth for the past eight years, and launched the industry’s first website-only resource, Channel Pro, in 2009.
Christine is keen to highlight the business issues that affect the UK resellers, and offer useful advice in the form of expert opinion pieces, blogs and top tips as to how they can make more money from selling technology.
She likes spicy food, cider, live bands and crime novels (not necessarily in that order.)
Joe Curtis is deputy news and analysis editor for IT Pro and Cloud Pro and has previously worked for Computer Business Review. He has written on a variety of technology subjects, including enterprise software and security, public sector IT, cloud computing and cryptocurrencies.
Caroline Donnelly is the news and analysis 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.
Will Garside is a freelance contributing editor for Channel Pro, a published author and IT journalist with more than 17 years experience across web, print and broadcast media. He wears his techie badge with pride, and loves talking technology with anyone who’ll listen.
There’s also very little Will won’t do for some beef jerky.
Monica Heck is a bilingual freelance journalist and copywriter based in Dublin, Ireland and working internationally.
She has been ‘in tech’ for nearly 15 years, in marketing before training as a journalist. Monica writes about broadcast, proAV and IT in print and online. Aside from technology, she loves reading and writing about business, art, science and music.
Her confusing Swiss-Irish genetic mix makes her the most organised laid-back person you’ll ever meet.
Clare Hopping has been writing about technology for ten years, with topics ranging from printed and disposable electronics, to telecommunications, IT and consumer matters. She's worked on a number of high-profile projects for software platform providers and is a regular contributor to ChannelPro's sister titles IT Pro and Cloud Pro.
Edward Jones work for Firebrand Training overseeing community engagement. Having worked in the industry for three years, Edward has experience with a range of Microsoft technologies and operating systems. Edward writes for a variety of blogs and technical publications on all things technology.
Donagh Kiernan is founder and CEO of Tenego Partnering, a business development services company providing hands-on international partner sales channels development for growing and established software product companies.
Leo King is an experienced journalist who currently writes for a variety of publications including the Financial Times and a number of magazines. Prior to this he was a News Editor at publisher IDG, and he has been published in the Daily Telegraph, Times, Guardian, Mirror, Express and The Independent.
Dan Matthews is a business owner and journalist with more than 10 years experience writing in print and online.
Titles he has written for include The FT, Telegraph, The Guardian, FHM, Real Business, The Marketer and Growing Business Magazine. He has written five books, four with John Wiley and a fifth, The New Rules of Business for Harriman House.
Dan has interviewed more than 1,000 business people, politicians, economists and analysts.
A freelance IT journalist/editor since 2007, Mark has been writing for the IT sector since his time as deputy editor at ChannelPro's sister consumer IT publication, Micro Mart, in 2005 to 2006. Since then, Mark has written for various publications and websites, both consumer and corporate. Mark has been managing the Retail section of Channel Pro since its inception in October, 2010.