Aoife Valentine

Aoife Valentine

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Let’s get to work

Let’s get to work

As Ireland sets ambitious renewable energy targets for 2020 and 2030, Aoife Valentine considers how industry can play its part

Real time, real changes

Real time, real changes

With 5G being rolled out from later this year, it’s going to be a game-changer for IoT-powered smart cities, assuming the security piece is nailed early, writes Aoife Valentine

Why IoT and data security need to go hand in hand

Why IoT and data security need to go hand in hand

With smart cities and 5G coming down the line, security needs to be top of the agenda when it comes to the Internet of Things, writes Aoife Valentine

The final countdown

The final countdown

The deadline is looming to upgrade to Windows 10, and ever-growing security risks to businesses make it a no-brainer, writes Aoife Valentine

What you do

What you do

The deskbound days of nine-to-five workers are on the way out, and the business case for mobile working is only growing, writes Aoife Valentine

Maybe tomorrow

Maybe tomorrow

Whether the National Broadband Plan is scrapped or not, rural businesses seem to be left in a similarly unconnected position, and they can’t wait any longer, writes Aoife Valentine

Getting comfortable with AI

Getting comfortable with AI

A lack of trust and acceptance is holding businesses back from the benefits of artificial intelligence, but it’s coming in hot anyway, writes Aoife Valentine

Taming the virtual server beast

Taming the virtual server beast

We may not be quite there yet, but composable infrastructure is already changing the way we manage servers, writes Aoife Valentine

Lost in space

Lost in space

Companies have long needed to establish strong data back-up plans and GDPR is continuing to be a driving force for organisations to tighten up their protections, writes Aoife Valentine

Modernisation is coming

Modernisation is coming

PAYE Modernisation, a huge overhaul to the payroll and revenue reporting system, is coming next January and businesses should be prepared, writes Aoife Valentine

The New Normal

The New Normal

Millennials and Generation Z workers, accustomed to using Skype and Facetime at home and when travelling, want access to similar technology at work for virtual meetings with colleagues and customers alike, writes Aoife Valentine

Wealth of data no longer needs to be overwhelming

Wealth of data no longer needs to be overwhelming

There are sophisticated tools to help businesses make sense of the information they have, says KPMG’s Paul Toner

What you need to know about cloud security

What you need to know about cloud security

There’s more to securing the cloud than simply preventing against hacking. More focus should be...

A whole lot of Data

A whole lot of Data

As data volumes grow exponentially for businesses, the focus is turning to how best to derive value from it

Where you’re going, you don’t need roads

Where you’re going, you don’t need roads

With the urban and rural broadband divide closing across Ireland, connectivity is becoming increasingly central to businesses