AI: the promise of better health through knowledge
Despite recent hiccups, the rapid development of Covid-19 vaccines indicates that when humanity puts its shoulder to the wheel complex healthcare problems can be solved
Are we facing another dotcom crash?
Buoyed by a surge in retail traders, tech stocks boomed. Then the crash came, wiping out investors and entire businesses. Now, decades later, tech stock fever is again in full swing. Will today’s boom will be a rerun of the 2001 dotcom bust?
Paper cuts: Finding solutions to problem of printing
Printing was on few people’s minds when lockdown began, but managed print contracts should allow businesses to get serious about documents even while offices remain closed
Software as a stream: how subscription models became the norm
A quiet revolution has transformed how software is bought and even installed, but is the service model the answer to our prayers or will we be pining for the days of paying upfront?
Hybrid workplaces: The technologies bridging the gap between the office and home
A year ago hybrid working, part-time in the office and part-time at home, was a distant dream for many. Today, it looks increasingly like becoming the norm, but which technologies will facilitate it and is technology itself the source of our problems?
Navigating the threat landscape is rarely plain sailing
The cyber security threat becomes more severe by the day and pandemic working conditions have left Irish businesses wide open. Thankfully, it’s not too late to keep bad actors at bay
How technology is reshaping our experience of finance
Contactless payment and the Internet of Things are only the beginning. Leman Solicitors’ fintech practice has seen tech revolutionise consumer finance during the pandemic