Despite the dream of the paperless office, print is still with us. But with growing environmental consciousness, not to mention security and compliance concerns, getting print right is more important than ever
Developments in mobile technology have met growing staff expectations, and now all kinds of workers need or want to work away from the office. But are the technologies up to the job and are there other concerns when it comes to enterprise mobility?
Interactive projectors bring multimedia to the classroom at a cost affordable to any school, writes Jason Walsh
Despite the digital transformation of the workplace - and indeed of life in general - IT user skills still lag. The Irish Computer Society hopes to change this, offering training to school students and office staff, writes Jason Walsh
As connectivity becomes everything, businesses not only have more complex networking requirements, but also demand greater flexibility. In addition, with the rise of the mini-multinational, more and more businesses have branch offices in far-flung locations
The Deloitte Fast 50’s raison d’etre of recognising rapid growth is more relevant than ever, programme lead David Shanahan tells Jason Walsh
In a world obsessed with apps and websites, it is easy to forget that print remains at the forefront of business. Not just used for information exchange and promotion, in fact print was the original locus for data in the enterprise, writes Jason Walsh
Around 84 per cent of enterprises describe their IT infrastructure as ‘multi-cloud’ (RightScale 2019) and 90 per cent of companies have some part of their applications or infrastructure in the cloud (IDC 2018). But why? What is the goal of utilising multiple cloud providers and how should it be done? Jason Walsh reports
Outsourcing document and print functions to a third-party managed service provider provides security, as well as the operational certainly of a regular, monthly spend. And then there’s the GDPR. But new technologies are also driving managed print services
Effective data storage and back-up remain a key element of every organisation’s ICT strategy, but as the volume and types of data expand - explode even - and the speed at which data is generated increases, how can enterprises choose which solution is right for them?