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.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Last eight is Galway's ceiling.

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Pint of view

Dungarvan Comeragh Challenger. Price: €3.69. Available: select off-licences, drinkstore.ie.

VM Forensics to invest Euro 100,000 in new IT security lab in Dundalk

VM Forensics to invest Euro 100,000 in new IT security lab in Dundalk

A new IT forensic security lab is set to open in Dundalk at the end of August, with VM Forensics investing €100,000 into the development of the new facility.

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Pint of view

Gentleman's Wit. Price: €3.29. Available: select off licences, drinkstore.ie.

Mobile banking: The smartphone revolution in online banking

Mobile banking: The smartphone revolution in online banking

The opportunity for businesses to take advantage of the second screen is growing by the day.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Limerick finally gets the bookies' respect

Mobile banking: Smart banking at the Lab in Dundrum

Mobile banking: Smart banking at the Lab in Dundrum

AIB is using a direct approach to broaden the way in which people use online banking. The Lab in Dundrum aims to educate users of all levels.

Mobile banking: There's an app for that

Mobile banking: There's an app for that

Design, or rather the lack of it, has been an issue for Irish mobile banking apps.

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Pint of view

Founders Centennial IPA. Price: €2.80. Availability: selected off-licences, drinkstore.ie

AV distributor Steljes invests in new facility

AV distributor Steljes invests in new facility

The Irish firm has sunk €200,000 into the development of its Dublin premises.

IT training firm IACT finding that it Excels in Texas

IT training firm IACT finding that it Excels in Texas

Dublin-based IT training firm IACT has invested €100,000 in developing an extension to help educate users of Microsoft Excel.

Tech week: By Emmet Ryan

Tech week: By Emmet Ryan

Three Ireland seals the deal on O2

Warning as ransom-based cyber threats increase in Ireland

Warning as ransom-based cyber threats increase in Ireland

Irish SMEs are at risk of having their data held to ransom, writes Emmet Ryan.

Host Ireland to create ten new jobs in Dublin by year end

Host Ireland to create ten new jobs in Dublin by year end

Dublin-based broadband provider Host Ireland is to create ten new jobs before the end of 2014.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Dublin the best bet for a football win