About Us

Digital Creed is a Digital Journalism platform that covers stories on technology trends and digital transformation in business. It is published by veteran Indian tech journalist Brian Pereira.

We tell stories on how technology impacts and transforms business and lives. We write about tech for social and business.


Stories are presented in various formats like text, video, audio, and images (visual storytelling). The platform presents a variety of sections, such as top story, interviews, business features, tech features, opinion/blog, reviews, podcasts, and photo/video gallery. DIGITAL CREED has a global readership (see reader profile).

We invest in digital tools and platforms to produce new media content.

Read our PRIVACY POLICY here.


Our Story

DIGITAL CREED began as a blog called TechWow, which is still online. The first posting on the blog “Hello World” appeared in March 2009. The blog was updated until June 2015. And then the postings continued on DIGITAL CREED.

Brian Pereira
Brian Pereira, Editor-in-Chief, DIGITAL CREED

DIGITAL CREED was founded in March 2015 and is an initiative by veteran technology journalist Brian Pereira, who is now an influencer with thousands of followers on social media. He is the Former Editor of InformationWeek, CHIP Magazine, and CISO MAG. Brian has also served tech publications at The Times of India and Indian Express Newspapers. He has nearly three decades of editorial experience (since September 1994)  and has written many articles on business technology. He has interviewed more than 300 industry professionals in India and overseas. Brian is also a former programmer and computer instructor. He has also acquired technology certifications


My Story

In 1989, the demand for computer operators soared in India. Computer classes mushroomed and there were training businesses operating from even one-room homes. The organized sector did well, with their network of franchisees — Aptech, NIIT, Datapro and others. But the unorganized sector did a shoddy job and left students and working professionals dissatisfied.

I began teaching through a consultant, at the Kirti College, at Dadar (W). I would coach corporates during the day and do a bit of programming work in the evenings. I worked on a database application for a co-operative bank in Dadar (W), Mumbai.

But I was curious and hungry for knowledge. There was no Internet back then, my knowledge sources were computer books and computer magazines. I began to learn on my own — reading, experimenting, learning. Then friends and relatives asked me to teach them computers. I was only too happy to share my knowledge. People in the neighborhood were migrating to Canada in the early nineties and a key requirement then was (and still is) computer skills. They wanted “crash courses” — I obliged. I set up a small classroom in my balcony and soon there was a steady stream of students for the evening batches. Everyone wanted personalized coaching. They did not want to go to a computer institute.

And that’s how I developed my foundational knowledge of technology. Over the years, I went in for Microsoft (and other) certifications. And I have never stopped learning.

In 1994, the Indian Express asked me to join their Editorial Team for Express Computer — and that’s how I got into technology journalism.


How we write

We (a team of freelance writers, contributors and myself) adapt our writing for UK English to address a global audience (including the Middle East and South East Asia). There could be some articles written in U.S. English.

Tone and Voice: Business, conversational; second person (except for Blogs & Opinions).


Our Target Readers

Futurist, small business owner, entrepreneur, startup founder, developer, researcher,  student, tech enthusiast, aviation enthusiast, digital transformation consultant,  IT admin, data center engineer, CTO, and CIO minus one.

(We do not track our site visitors.)


Reader locations

(As per Google Analytics)

U.S., UK, EU, Canada, Middle East, Singapore, India


Contact us

Write to us here or at  [email protected]

What we do

  • Technology trends, research
  • Business Case Studies
  • Future directions
  • Best practices
  • Thought leadership blogs
  • Industry news
  • News on innovation, startups, small businesses
  • EduTech
  • Tech for good
  • Student technology competitions and hackathons
  • Technology for Governance / Government to Citizen
  • Technology trends, innovation, breakthroughs, research
  • Book reviews, app reviews,
  • Podcasts, (Video) Interviews

What we won’t do

  • Link to spammy websites.
  • Provide free backllinks.
  • Include tracking code in our links (we do not track site visitors).
  • Run articles on online gambling, dating websites, and other such businesses.
  • Provide “do follow” links to promotional content.
  • Publish stories on vendors attaining leadership as awarded by market research firms.
  • We do not post press releases that aggressively promote products and services. We are not a marketing agency. This is “earned media”.
  • We do not post authored articles written by marketers, casual bloggers, or PR folk. Authored articles are sourced directly from authors/editors and must fulfill certain criteria: neutrality, thought leadership, case scenarios, knowledge sharing, opinions.

INORGANIC CONTENT / PAID

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