Jason Walsh

Jason Walsh

Making payments Seamless

Making payments Seamless

The explosion of mobile commerce has created even greater demand for smooth payments systems that make transactions not only possible, but both easy and secure. Jason Walsh spoke to Louise Phelan of PayPal to find out about the company’s goals

Making sense of sensor data to simplify supply chains

Making sense of sensor data to simplify supply chains

The idea is so simple; the technology not so much – but isn’t that the point of business IT? ...

UL provides a platform for innovation in data collection

UL provides a platform for innovation in data collection

The Internet of Things isn’t just about sensors, it’s about innovative new ideas for using te...

Driving diversity in the tech industry

Driving diversity in the tech industry

Salesforce has given out $120 million in grants

Stemettes on a mission of change

Stemettes on a mission of change

Women are still a minority in science, technology, engineering and maths jobs. Anne-Marie Imafidon aims to change that

Mobile working for everyday business

Mobile working for everyday business

A technological explosion has led to the possibility of remote working, but is it good for business or employees? And does the technology create more headaches than happiness? Jason Walsh finds out

Logistics unchained by IT

Logistics unchained by IT

IT changes everything, it seems. Jason Mallon, managing director of supply chain management compa...

Knocked down? Getting back up again

Knocked down? Getting back up again

With the best will in the world, disaster does strike, whether it’s hacking, hardware loss or viruses. Jason Walsh looks at how businesses can recover from intrusion and other threats to their IT systems

Businesses have Called time on security attacks

Businesses have Called time on security attacks

With business communications moving toward IP-based platforms, the opportunities for attack and fraud have multiplied — but security is something any operation can take seriously, writes Jason Walsh

Internet of things is already with us

Internet of things is already with us

The internet of things isn’t just a pipe-dream about connected coffee machines. Real Irish businesses are engaged in real innovation, writes Jason Walsh

Virtual Reality Getting Really Real In Business

Virtual Reality Getting Really Real In Business

Not content with placing itself at the top of the smartphone tree, Samsung has recently — and in a blaze of publicity — launched a new generation of virtual reality products. Director of Samsung Ireland, Gary Twohig, tells Jason Walsh that VR isn’t a

Instantly mobilising your workforce

Instantly mobilising your workforce

Managed services not only drive down IT costs, but also free up staff to plan for future technology needs and open new avenues for business insight, writes Jason Walsh

No more square pegs in round holes

No more square pegs in round holes

With the panoply of careers available in the burgeoning tech sector, professional training is more useful than ever

Big solutions for big data

Big solutions for big data

‘Big data’ is the buzzphrase du jour, but big data requires big storage and big processing power

Business at the speed of light

Business at the speed of light

With connectivity central to business functions, broadband is more than having a fat pipe coming into the premises