Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan is editor of Connected and a business & technology reporter 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.

Windows XP issue could hit Ireland's ATMs warns Nasa consultant

Windows XP issue could hit Ireland's ATMs warns Nasa consultant

Microsoft to stop supporting the operating system used by all of the ATMs in the country, writes Emmet Ryan.

CIB News: Blacknight raises security concern over generic top-level domains

CIB News: Blacknight raises security concern over generic top-level domains

ICANN wants us to retain personal details of customers for two years after their domain lapses, which is far longer than data protection legislation allows

CIB News: Sophos launches data protection service

CIB News: Sophos launches data protection service

IT security firm Sophos has launched a new product called Safeguard Encryption 6.1. ''We're ple

Cover Story: The challenge of analytics

Cover Story: The challenge of analytics

Connected's survey of Irish businesses showed eager attitudes towards data analytics, but ample room for improvement.

Irish start-ups urged to turn to the crowd

Irish start-ups urged to turn to the crowd

Timidity is holding back Irish start-ups from embracing crowd-funding sites such as Kickstarter, according to the founder of See Sense.

Cool idea may help with treatment of brain injuries

Cool idea may help with treatment of brain injuries

A Dundalk-based engineering firm has patented a device for cooling the brain that could have a significant impact on how head injuries are treated.

CIB News: Female students prefer biology over physics - study

CIB News: Female students prefer biology over physics - study

Research from Accenture has found that 90 per cent of junior cycle female students consider biology easier than physics.

Pint of view

Pint of view

Kilcock-based McGargles describes its offerings as entry-level craft beers, but while that's true for its pale ale and pilsner, there is some complexity to this red ale.

Cover Story: The challenge of analytics

Cover Story: The challenge of analytics

Connected's survey of Irish businesses showed eager attitudes towards data analytics, but ample room for improvement. Emmet Ryan reports.

App aims to help craft breweries

App aims to help craft breweries

Consumer advocacy group Beoir has launched a new version of its app, Beoirfinder, with an aim to help breweries develop business opportunities.

Multi-screen set to be the next big thing

Multi-screen set to be the next big thing

Advertisers will explore multi-faceted campaigns in response to consumers' changing habits

Editor's letter

Editor's letter

A Connection to the future

Ombudsman bug: something sinister in Abbey Street

Ombudsman bug: something sinister in Abbey Street

The mechanics of how the suspected bugging of the Garda Sichana Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) was detected are similar to how drugs are tested for in sport.

Through a lens

Through a lens

Whether it's for wedding snaps or a scenic landscapes, Emmet Ryan selects the ideal camera for you.

Pint of view

Pint of view

Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale. Price: €4.79. Available: O'Briens, specialist off-licences.