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: Connected launched in Dublin

Connected News: Connected launched in Dublin

Last month's launch issue of Connected was formally unveiled at an event in Dublin last month.

Connected News: PFH Technology Group lands Microsoft deal

Connected News: PFH Technology Group lands Microsoft deal

A new enterprise agreement (EA) between Microsoft Ireland and PFH Technology Group aims to help organisations move to the cloud while minimising cost and maximising value.

Connected News: Cheques costing Irishbusinesses dear

Connected News: Cheques costing Irishbusinesses dear

New research by Sage Ireland has found that 60 per cent of Irish businesses are not aware of the National Payments Plan (NPP).

Connected News: Dublin gets sensored

Connected News: Dublin gets sensored

Intel and Dublin City Council have announced a project which will see Dublin become the first densely sensored' city in the world.

Editor's Letter: Break free of bubble thinking

Editor's Letter: Break free of bubble thinking

I've never been fond of the word ''bubble, not because of what it means but because of how it tends to affect a discussion.

Windows XP support warning

Windows XP support warning

Microsoft is advising users of the Windows XP operating system to avoid making any online purchases after support for the system ends on Tuesday.

Cover Story: Finding the formula

Cover Story: Finding the formula

The explosion of IT businesses large and small in Cork has been brewing for years. Emmet Ryan sat down with Denis Collins, chairman of [email protected], to find out why.

Pint of view

Pint of view

Of Foam and Fury. Price: €5.70. Availability: specialist off licences and drinkstore.ie.

Panasonic now looking to life after high definition

Panasonic now looking to life after high definition

4K, the successor to HD, could reinvigorate the television and camera markets, according to the managing director of Panasonic in Ireland and Britain.

Big firms are about to get creative

Big firms are about to get creative

Large firms not normally associated with technology will hold significant influence over the IT sector for the next decade, according to Accenture's global chief technology officer.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Value in the hurling league spreads

Taking a new direction in social media services

Taking a new direction in social media services

Directory enquiries firm 11890 is using its skills to interpret large amounts of online data for its clients, writes Emmet Ryan.

Pint of view

Pint of view

Coisbo Four Russian Imperial. Price: €6.70. Availability: Select off-licences and online retailers.

Human League's "Don't You Want Me" gets digital football boost

Human League's "Don't You Want Me" gets digital football boost

The Human League are returning to the British pop charts on the back of a campaign by supporters of Aberdeen FC.

Business online activity is giving competitors too much information

Business online activity is giving competitors too much information

Irish businesses need to be smarter about the information they post on sites such as LinkedIn, according to a leading security analyst.