Jason Walsh

Jason Walsh

Making a strategic contribution

Making a strategic contribution

Managed services are really a way to take IT seriously, writes Jason Walsh

Documenting the changes

Documenting the changes

Print specialists can take the pain out of document handling, as well as helping with security – and GDPR compliance,writes Jason Walsh

Moving fast in a changing world

Moving fast in a changing world

How organisations deploy and use technology is changing fast, but moving the nuts and bolts of technology to a partner can be a creative leap forward for the IT department when it comes to contributing to the business. Jason Walsh reports

No foggy thinking in the cloud

No foggy thinking in the cloud

Spending on IT security continues to grow, but as vulnerabilities are discovered at an ever-increasing rate, many businesses are still failing to cover the basics, writes Jason Walsh

Bringing it all together

Bringing it all together

Using virtualisation techniques, hyper-converged infrastructure combines storage, computing and networking, designed to be run as a single system. Jason Walsh explores its potential to simplify managing networking, servers and storage

Journey to the centre of the business

Journey to the centre of the business

Ireland is an established data hub, but as the evolution of next-generation data centres continues apace and the impact of cloud, co-location and virtualisation is felt, where will the data centre sector take enterprise IT? Jason Walsh reports

Data: the latest hot topic

Data: the latest hot topic

As the volume and types of data expand, effective data storage and backup have become elements of almost every organisation’s ICT strategy. The range of available options, though, can be confusing. Jason Walsh looks at how the file-store landscape is changing

Turn and face the change

Turn and face the change

From fintech to healthcare and in smart cities and transport, digital transformation has become the watchword of modern enterprise and government IT. But which technologies truly help organisations devise transformative strategies to benefit from digital opportunities? Jason Walsh reports

Keeping students’ heads in the cloud

Keeping students’ heads in the cloud

As the software landscape has changed, schools can now take advantage of cloud-based solutions which are familiar to workers across the world.

Meeting the customer where they are

Meeting the customer where they are

Traditional retailers have been fending off online behemoths for years now, but strategising to take advantage of their natural strengths can lead to a real transformation, writes Jason Walsh

Mobile tech comes up with the goods for dream shopping

Mobile tech comes up with the goods for dream shopping

Typically, when we think of enterprise mobility we think in terms of laptops, smartphones and tab...

Rapid food retail systems keep up with ever changing tastes

Rapid food retail systems keep up with ever changing tastes

Captiva POS’s integrated cloud software delivers more than fast food to people all over Ireland, writes Jason Walsh

The user, the abuser and the cyber criminals

The user, the abuser and the cyber criminals

According to Europol’s fifth annual internet organised crime threat assessment, ransomware remained the biggest malware threat out there in 2018. Ransomware lockdowns can potentially result in outages, financial loss and reputational damage, so how can they be fought? Jason Walsh finds out

Delivering breakthroughs at breakneck speed

Delivering breakthroughs at breakneck speed

The high-performance computing sector represents a vital, but lesser-known, sector of the IT world, writes Jason Walsh

Putting down a marker for the future

Putting down a marker for the future

Ireland’s best-known technology growth index, the Deloitte Technology Fast 50, has returned - and this year it has a new winner, and a new lead