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.

Connected News: Basketball World Cup sets social media records

Connected News: Basketball World Cup sets social media records

The 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup, which ended last month, set new records across social media.

Connected News: Schools embrace Surface strategy

Connected News: Schools embrace Surface strategy

Dublin schools Mount Anville Secondary School and St Vincent's Castleknock College have introduced Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices in the classroom.

Connected News: Over 600 films available on new Eircom eVision service

Connected News: Over 600 films available on new Eircom eVision service

Eircom has launched of a new video on-demand service through its eVision TV service.

Active Retirement Ireland tests out dementia app

Active Retirement Ireland tests out dementia app

A group of Irish older people have helped to develop an app aimed at combating dementia.

NDRC Cover Story: Whipping up a new idea

NDRC Cover Story: Whipping up a new idea

Newswhip is one of the NDRC's top success stories and its road to success has been one filled with change.

NDRC Cover Story: The fast track

NDRC Cover Story: The fast track

Shotclips and Chasing Returns are working with the NDRC's LaunchPad programme to get a kick-start in their industry

Connected News: Kinsale trio win global prize

Connected News: Kinsale trio win global prize

Three students from Kinsale have won the Grand Prize in the 2014 Google Science Fair.

Special Report Nutanix: Re-imagining the mundane

Special Report Nutanix: Re-imagining the mundane

How we store and manage data is changing. Emmet Ryan spoke to Paul Philips of Nutanix to find out how his business is adapting to the new market.

Editor's Letter

Editor's Letter

Keeping it simple will pay off

NDRC Cover Story: Fuelling the hothouse

NDRC Cover Story: Fuelling the hothouse

It's the hub for some of Ireland's brightest start-ups, Emmet Ryan spoke with NDRC chief executive Ben Hurley about the body's purpose and evolution.

NDRC Cover Story: Venturelab adds to Food and art start-ups' success

NDRC Cover Story: Venturelab adds to Food and art start-ups' success

Nuritas and Artomatix couldn't be more different, but both businesses are benefiting from working in the same environment.

Pint of view

Pint of view

Franciscan Well Pale Ale. Price: €6. Availability: selected off-licences.

Sports column: Basketball's big tip-off

Sports column: Basketball's big tip-off

The 2014/15 Irish basketball season gets under way this weekend, starting a year where Irish hoops could finally start looking ahead with confidence.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Looking west to the NFL

Dubin-based Phorest to create 100 jobs

Dubin-based Phorest to create 100 jobs

Software firm Phorest is adding 100 new jobs worldwide.