Meet the brilliant team behind PC Pro magazine
The dedicated and passionate team at PC Pro have decades of experience between and they work tirelessly to bring you the latest from the world of technology every month. They truly are the authority on tech, but don't just take our word for it...
Since joining PC Pro in 1999, Tim has held almost every position it’s possible to hold. Reviewer, deputy editor, publisher and many more - before finally settling on editor-in-chief. He claims he can tell if a laptop is worth buying within two minutes of picking it up.
Barry served time on national newspapers - The Sunday Times plus the Daily Mail Online - before returning to PC Pro. He edits the news and features sections of the magazine with a calm authority that stirs fear in all who work for him. His opinion column is always worth reading.
Nicole is constantly searching for what’s happening now and what’s coming next. Nicole edits our Futures section but is unique among all of us at PC Pro having also written for Cosmo Life.
Probably the most respected tester of IT equipment in the UK, if you’ve bought a piece of kit for the office - whether printer, server or rack appliance - then you’ve probably read Dave’s verdict at some point along the way.
Dyed-in-the-wool techie Darien is our associate editor and the curator of anything deeply technical in the magazine. Along with Tim and Barry, he’s also a regular on the PC Pro podcast.
Dick has been writing about technology since 1984, when he became a contributing editor of legendary US magazine Byte. He’s been a columnist for PC Pro since its launch in 1994, editing its Real World Computing section for two decades, and became editorial fellow in 2015.
A legend among PC Pro readers, Jon is famous for his no-holds-barred invectives and even earned a phone call from Michael Dell after an April’s Fool column that was taken a little too seriously. Jon has been a contributor to PC Pro since issue 1 and is one of our four monthly Real World Computing columnists.
Steve is our networking guru, and the man to turn to if you’re wondering how much of your infrastructure should stay in-house and how much should shift to the cloud. Like Jon, he’s a much-loved Real World Computing columnist, appearing every month.
Author and columnist Davey Winder has been writing about technology for 30 years, earning the Enigma Award for a “lifetime contribution to information security journalism” in 2011. But he isn’t done yet, writing a monthly Real World Computing column on the subject of security, social media and much else besides.
While his day job is chairman of CST Group, a specialist new media agency that’s a pioneer in internet marketing (including building the UK’s first e-commerce site), Paul has written for PC Pro for two decades. Favourite topics include the Raspberry Pi, home security and what a smart home means in practice.