Jason Walsh

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

Connecting the wood and the trees

Connecting the wood and the trees

Coillte, Ireland’s semi-state company charged with forestry management, has implemented a surprisingly sophisticated IT system to support its decades-long mission

Early learning for digital life

Early learning for digital life

For 20 years, ECDL Ireland has been championing digital skills in Irish schools, but with the terrain shifting with every technological development, the importance, and even nature, of those skills develop

Securing the future with document encryption

Securing the future with document encryption

EU general data protection regulation has implications for all organisations, such as schools, that hold personally identifying information. EMS Copiers has announced a new partnership to ensure document management systems are GDPR-compliant

Interconnecting retail orders in the cloud

Interconnecting retail orders in the cloud

Captiva POS is moving forward in its strategy to bring food retail into the cloud with a range of innovations from simplified online ordering to live reporting, in-store touchscreens and even self-service kiosks in chippers

Digitising the material world

Digitising the material world

Even in those most physical of industries - manufacturing and engineering - information technology is being deployed to change core business practices, and not just in the office

New threats driving fresh approaches to security

New threats driving fresh approaches to security

Fortinet, Ireland’s leading IT security company, takes a helicopter view of the sector – and has found that times are changing, writes Jason Walsh

Next generation protection for new online dangers

Next generation protection for new online dangers

In a constantly evolving situation, security-as-a-service means that security can be more than ju...

Taking on the e-commerce giants, one data point at a time

Taking on the e-commerce giants, one data point at a time

Deloitte Fast 50 overall winner eShopWorld is no stranger to kudos, having already been recognised for successfully deploying online stores across the globe. Today, data is becoming an ever greater part of the retail picture and the e-commerce provider wants to help its clients meet the challenge