Bryan Glick
Computer Weekly

“Jim is one of the most respected business technology writers around. He has always produced great quality content, and is a pleasure to work with, (even if he does wear a hat!). I‘ve both commissioned Jim, and written for him, and his writing and editing skills are top notch. Well connected and well respected, I‘m delighted to have Jim as a contributor to Computer Weekly.”

Tamar Beck

“Jim came highly recommended to me when we were in search of a blog editor for a newly launched IT event at Reed Exhibitions. He was an inspirational person to work with, made IT interesting and understandable and had real integrity – his posts were always a pleasure to read and always grabbed the attention of the right people in the industry. I‘ve since hired Jim to blog for and would highly recommend him.”

David Smith
Director, Stafford Smith
(formerly CIO of Fujitsu)

“Collaborating with Jim is always a pleasure and he immediately instils confidence from his approach. He combines a keen intellect and broad knowledge of business technology with the ability to write clear, powerful and compelling material. I have benefited on a number of occasions from having Jim sift through my material, ask a series of penetrating and insightful questions and seen an excellent article emerge from that process. I have also seen the value he can bring when asked to edit a draft and his ability to improve without removing the original author‘s voice. I recommend him without hestitation.”

Steve Mansfield-Devine, Freelance Journalist and Editor

“I‘ve worked with Jim many times, over many years, on many projects. I've commissioned him to write features on a diverse range of subjects for publications ranging from technical journals to corporate B2B magazines. And each time I go to Jim I know: he'll understand the brief without me needing to explain it; he'll meet the brief and often go beyond by including stuff I hadn't thought of; the copy will be thoroughly researched; and I‘ll enjoy reading it. He‘s also a charming chap, which makes working with him a pleasure.”