Fed up with the cost of your cloud services rising? You’re not alone. Ian Campbell reports
Changing service demands and the rise of multicloud means data centres are having to rethink their role in the IT ecosystem
Organisations now take IT services from more than one cloud, presenting new challenges which vendors and platform providers are queuing up to solve.
With so many vendors pushing managed service propositions, the business challenge is finding the one that best aligns to your strategy and vision. Ian Campbell reports
The principles of business continuity are well understood, but execution still leaves a lot to be desired, according to Irish service providers. Ian Campbell reports
As organisations take more services from different clouds, new challenges emerge around management and governance. Ian Campbell talks to vendors about the solutions
The cloud market is evolving rapidly and the pressure is on businesses to keep up. Ian Campbell talks to some of the many providers who are ready to help
Cloud services have driven demand for faster broadband and more resilient connectivity, rescuing the market from commodity services and a race to the bottom. Ian Campbell reports.
Organisations are still reluctant to migrate big parts of their businesses to the cloud and are not always convinced by the benefits. Ian Campbell reports
The cloud has transformed the storage and business continuity market, but there are still problems and pitfalls to be avoided. Ian Campbell reports
Virtualisation is integral to making a whole load of IT priorities happen, from security to digital transformation. Ian Campbell finds out why
The adoption of real-time analytics to inform better decisions is gathering pace, aided by advancements in technology that are seeing a gradual shift from BI to AI. Ian Campbell reports
Irish-based companies prove that strong customer service and an attention to detail are as important in the cloud as they were in the old world
Businesses need new skills to secure their place in the future. Ian Campbell reports
All types of business are benefiting from a new wave of financial software that manages to be more sophisticated and easier to implement. Ian Campbell reports