Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan is editor of Connected and technology correspondent with the Sunday Business Post. Ryan is also the beer and betting columnist along with hosting our successful Connected podcast. In 2009, he was named Journalist of the Year at the IIA NetVisionary Awards and won the Alumni Choice award at the 2014 Business Journalist Awards.

ICT in Sport: The code for success

ICT in Sport: The code for success

In the second part of our special look at how technology is changing sport, Emmet Ryan speaks with former Dublin GAA analyst Ray Boyne.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Rebels can take the Kingdom

ICT in Sport: A fresh set of eyes

ICT in Sport: A fresh set of eyes

Kerry start-up Sideline Eye is working with club and county GAA teams to bring video analysis to the next level.

News: Radisson Blu among hotels to stay with Bitbuzz for wifi

News: Radisson Blu among hotels to stay with Bitbuzz for wifi

Bitbuzz has become a Radisson Blu-approved regional supplier.

News: Brother launches new printer range

News: Brother launches new printer range

Brother Ireland is launching its new business colour laser range with three printers.

ICT in Sport: Power in your hands

ICT in Sport: Power in your hands

Portadown-based Performa Sports is a two-man Irish business that's putting the power of analytics in the hands of coaches across the globe.

News: Demand for digital marketing skills up

News: Demand for digital marketing skills up

The Digital Marketing Institute (DMI) has launched four new courses due to what it says is a marked increase in demand for skills in this area.

News: Blueface invests €850,000 in data centre

News: Blueface invests €850,000 in data centre

Blueface has launched a new Point of Presence (PoP) data centre in partnership with Dell and TelecityGroup.

ICT in Sport: Big data's big impact on the GAA

ICT in Sport: Big data's big impact on the GAA

Performance analyst Rob Carroll is working with the GAA to help every county's development side get better.

ICT in Sport: The live data difference

ICT in Sport: The live data difference

Founded in Dundalk, StatSports is making waves across the world of sport with its GPS tracker

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Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Dutch ready for Mexican stand-off

Plans to open new brewery in Enniscorthy

Plans to open new brewery in Enniscorthy

Enniscorthy-based Blackstairs Brewing has plans to open the Wexford town's first brewery since the closure of the Lett's brewery in 1956.

Balls.ie breaks million-user barrier

Balls.ie breaks million-user barrier

Sports website Balls.ie has passed the one million unique user per month mark.

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