Jason Walsh

Jason Walsh

Making artificial intelligence fit for humanity’s purpose

Making artificial intelligence fit for humanity’s purpose

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies are transforming business, but they have also raised significant ethical concerns, writes Jason Walsh

Making more of your data decisions

Making more of your data decisions

Data is already transforming business, but how can enterprises deliver on the data warehouse and big data plays? Jason Walsh reports

Surviving the maelstrom?

Surviving the maelstrom?

Keeping the wheels of commerce greased means having IT systems up and running at all times. But is there more to business continuity planning than IT? Jason Walsh finds out

A certified response to GDPR

A certified response to GDPR

While businesses await the first GDPR decisions, certification already offers a route to compliance and will only become more important as the regulation beds in

Put a process in place for compliant data transfer

Put a process in place for compliant data transfer

Human error can lead to serious data breaches, so putting the right procedures in place is essential, Danielle Cussen, managing director at Wizuda, tells Jason Walsh

Conserving the data that really matters

Conserving the data that really matters

Marketing is necessarily a data-intensive activity, but the looming May 25 deadline does not require a ‘scorched earth’ deletion policy, writes Jason Walsh

The art of free-standing selling

The art of free-standing selling

Captiva Software is bringing high-end retail features previously only available to multinationals to Ireland’s indigenous fast-food sector

Navigating a sea of data

Navigating a sea of data

The paperless office, that dream of the 1980s, never quite came to fruition. In fact, arguably we use more paper than ever, but with precious IT resources being eaten up by managing printers and the GDPR being enforced from May 25, organisations are looking toward managed document solutions, reports Jason Walsh

Planning for when disaster strikes

Planning for when disaster strikes

Getting a business back online after a disaster is all very well, but without business continuity planning the reputational damage could be so severe that there is scarcely a business left to recover, writes Jason Walsh

Managing to stay shipshape in the choppy waters of IT

Managing to stay shipshape in the choppy waters of IT

It may sound like heresy, but technology is mere technique: it adds to business, without question...

Technology contributes to a culture of innovation

Technology contributes to a culture of innovation

Singlepoint says there is more to IT than the technology itself, writes Jason Walsh

Big IT for small firms

Big IT for small firms

IT Force brings managed services to a sector set to benefit most from additional IT capacity: the small and medium enterprise sector, writes Jason Walsh

Securing the keys  to the kingdom

Securing the keys to the kingdom

Pushing data out to the cloud can help with security, but it doesn’t mean an end to all responsibilities, writes Jason Walsh

Business on the move

Business on the move

The mobile revolution shows no signs of abating, and increased consumer expectations have transformed even the world of enterprise computing and communication. Jason Walsh looks at how businesses are evolving their approaches to mobility

Threat denial doesn’t change the facts

Threat denial doesn’t change the facts

The distributed denial of service (DDoS) is the classic malware attack designed to grind servers to a halt, and though it has slipped out of public consciousness, it remains a significant threat