Alex Meehan

Alex Meehan

Is your data storage fit for purpose?

Is your data storage fit for purpose?

Most companies depend on their data to be able to do business effectively, so having a good storage and back-up strategy is key

Paying your HR dues

Paying your HR dues

Payroll software is a common feature of human resource departments up and down the country, but not all applications do the same amount of work, writes Alex Meehan

Moving To A Career In IT

Moving To A Career In IT

Changing careers midway through life is something many people have thought of, and it’s becoming easier to do. Alex Meehan reports

The Cost Of The Cloud

The Cost Of The Cloud

As a growing number of regulatory issues appear on the horizon, Irish companies want their cloud providers to guide them

Psychedelic drugs: A higher purpose?

Psychedelic drugs: A higher purpose?

Researchers are becoming more convinced of the value of psychedelics in treating depression and addiction

Is mobile-first the way to go?

Is mobile-first the way to go?

The drive to take applications and data mobile is showing no signs of slowing, but many companies have still to take heed

Has virtualisation got even more to give?

Has virtualisation got even more to give?

With virtualisation now well embedded into Irish businesses, the question remains: are there still efficiency gains to be had from going virtual?

New printers to bring enterprise features to SMEs

New printers to bring enterprise features to SMEs

Oki Systems bring new range to the Irish market

When does it makes sense to get help?

When does it makes sense to get help?

A growing number of Irish companies are outsourcing some, or even all, of their IT needs. Alex Meehan asks: what is to be gained by offloading the burden of technology?

The malware threat

The malware threat

Probably the most prevalent digital threats of the moment, malware and ransomware are increasingly on the agenda for companies serious about protecting their IT networks, writes Alex Meehan

IT infrastructure still growing in the cloud

IT infrastructure still growing in the cloud

Running high-end IT systems and developing apps is an expensive business, requiring lots of expertise, compute power, storage, networking and software. Alex Meehan asks what if there was a way to do it faster, cheaper and more flexibly?

Comfort Foodie: Pierre Koffmann is going back to the dishes of his youth

Comfort Foodie: Pierre Koffmann is going back to the dishes of his youth

He’s known for being the tough taskmaster with Michelin stars who helped Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre White earn their stripes

Is your head in the cloud when it comes to security?

Is your head in the cloud when it comes to security?

With more and more aspects of information and communications technology moving into the cloud, just what are the security implications of moving data off-site? Alex Meehan and Aoife Valentine investigate

Luxury Life: Abu Dhabi’s winning formula

Luxury Life: Abu Dhabi’s winning formula

The playground of the rich and famous is kept impeccably ship-shape

What can the service economy do for you?

What can the service economy do for you?

With more and more aspects of corporate IT moving into the cloud, the challenge for companies assessing the possibilities is knowing which bits of the new digital service economy are a good fit for them, writes Alex Meehan