Jason Stamper

Jason Stamper

Analyst, Data Platforms and Analytics | London, UK

Biography

Jason Stamper is an Analyst on the Data Platforms & Analytics team of 451 Research.

Jason has more than 20 years of experience in the IT sector, having started his career on the technology news desk at the Daily Express. He was the editor of Computer Business Review (CBR) magazine from 2001 to 2014, and was also Technology Editor at the New Statesman. Prior to joining CBR, Jason was Managing Editor of the ComputerWire daily news service, and before that Editor of Mergers & Acquisitions Impact and Software Futures.

Chairing CBR's Dining Club events since 2006, Jason has spoken at over 200 events and met hundreds of senior IT decision-makers, and is a regular speaker at third-party industry events. He was voted among the 50 Most Influential People in the UK midmarket sector by the analyst firm Influencer 50, and among the 50 Most Influential in enterprise content management in 2008. In 2012 Jason was ranked number 12 in the 'Top Journalists to Follow on Twitter' rankings across all sectors of both trade and national press, as voted for by the public relations industry.

Jason meets regularly with the most influential people in the industry. He has interviewed the CEOs of hundreds of technology companies, including the likes of IBM, Oracle, HP, EMC, SAP, SAS and Autonomy. He has interviewed the inventors of iconic technologies like Java, UNIX, the BlackBerry and the Kindle. Jason has been quoted in The Evening Standard and the Guardian, and he sat on the panel of judges for the prestigious Information Management Awards. He has also been interviewed by the BBC World Service and The Guardian and City A.M, and has written special reports for The Daily Telegraph.

Jason holds a Masters in Journalism from Goldsmiths College, London.

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