Every writer working with The Bureau has at least ten years experience working as a journalist, technical writer, consultant, marketing expert, or instructional design professional in technology and business. Here are the firm’s founding partners.
John Breeden II
John Breeden II has been writing about technology and computers for over 15 years. Most recently, he was the laboratory director and senior technology analyst for Government Computer News, where he reviewed thousands of products aimed at the federal government. Everything from rugged notebooks to high-end servers to thin clients and smartphones has been evaluated and tested by him in a lab. He is the author of two technical books published by Sams Technical Publishing, one on Webcams and one on Microsoft Office XP. He founded and runs Gameindustry.com, the longest continually running trade magazine in the United States with a focus on the video games sector. His articles and reviews have been published in The Washington Post, Newsweek, Stars and Stripes, Washington Technology, The Sacramento Bee, The Boston Globe, Government Computer News, Up Front New Mexico and many others.
William Jackson is an award-winning reporter and writer with 40 years of experience. He has covered everything from first degree murder to the Women’s Club annual tea, but has focused primarily on trends in cybersecurity and government acquisition in the $88 billion federal IT market. He is the author of the long-running CyberEye column and speaks at conferences, on radio and on television and contributes blogs on the challenges of information technology. He writes technical and issue-oriented content for a variety of organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, and his work has appeared in publications including Government Computer News, GovTechWorks, Dark Reading, FedScoop, InformationWeek, and many others. You can follow him on Twitter @TheCybereye.
Rutrell Yasin has more than 30 years of experience writing about the application of information technology in business and government. He has witnessed all of the major transformations in computing over the last three decades, covering the rise, death and resurrection of the mainframe; the growing popularity of midrange and Unix-based computers; the advent of the personal computer; client/server computing; the merger of network and systems management; and the growing importance of information security. His stories have appeared in leading trade publications, including MIS Week, The Report on IBM, CommunicationsWeek, InternetWeek, Federal Computer Week (FCW) and Government Computer News (GCN), where he was most recently a senior editor and writer. His focus in recent years has been on documenting the rise and adoption of cloud computing and big data analytics. He has a keen interest in writing stories that show how technology can help spur innovation, make city streets and buildings safer, or even save lives.
Carlos Soto is Senior Vice President of Vertical Market Cybersecurity and Technology Operations for Tech Writers Bureau, LLC. After an award-winning career as a technology writer with the Washington Post Company, Carlos Soto received his MBA from Rice University and graduated from the prestigious Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Executive Leadership Program, as Vice President within Global Technology and Operations. Throughout his executive career, Carlos has led initiatives geared towards integrating customer-facing and employee-facing technology and cybersecurity solutions within Finance, Oil and Gas and the High Tech Sectors.