After university Mark became the News Editor of a motorsports magazine before his interest in technology overtook racing drivers and he joined Sky TV's science and technology channel. At Sky Mark edited the consumer website, which led to a stint producing television items. He then travelled abroad and worked as a journalist for two years. Returning to Great Britain he became News Editor of publishing industry title Information World Review which he went on to edit before joining CIO in January 2008 as Online Editor. Mark became Editor in Chief in September 2010.
Edward is the Online Editor of CIO UK and previously worked as a Content Manager and occasional reporter for sister titles Computerworld UK and Techworld, making sure the sites were full of the latest news, features and blogs about business technology.
Edward is a former Press Association sports journalist and worked as a sub-editor for Teletext, predominantly covering cycling, tennis, cricket, rugby union, football and boxing. Edward still considers Teletext to be state-of-the-art technology; as such he likes to wait up to 30 seconds for web pages to load, and can only deal with eight colours and 40 x 24 character grids.
Rhys began working in publishing writing sport reports for newspapers in Wales in 1992 before joining PC Direct at Ziff-Davis in 1993 as a sub-editor, later becoming Managing Editor. He launched his first website in 1995, focusing on Welsh club rugby. He was launch Production Editor at IT Week from 1998 and later worked on a freelance writing, editing and production basis for print and web publications from The Stage to Travel Trade Gazette. He has also worked at Wanadoo and Dennis Publishing in online projects before joining CIO in June 2008 as Managing Editor where he is responsible for writing and editing copy and ensuring the safe progress of copy from inception to publication.