Jason Walsh

Jason Walsh

Expedia: Creating loyal customers by mining the right data

Expedia: Creating loyal customers by mining the right data

The company is well known as the world’s biggest travel agent, but there’s more to it than just a website listing flights

Northern exposure to the world of tech

Northern exposure to the world of tech

It’s a time of opportunity for Northern Ireland, despite the forthcoming election and questions about the status of the Border post- Brexit

Platinum solutions to meet educational needs

Platinum solutions to meet educational needs

Technology manufacturer HP continues to develop and launch dedicated education products and solutions to enable pupils and teachers to have a better education outcome. John O’Keeffe of Sord Data Systems explains how its partnership with HP works

Helping parents keep up with their kids

Helping parents keep up with their kids

ICS Skills, part of the Irish Computer Society, is one of Ireland’s leading training providers and a leader in professional development in the ICT sector, however, it also offers services to parents and teachers

Look and learn in the classroom

Look and learn in the classroom

The blackboard jungle is no more. Schools today make use of a range of innovative teaching technologies, so it makes sense that classroom presentations keep up, writes Jason Walsh

An integrated approach to publishing

An integrated approach to publishing

School websites are more than just a few photos of sports day and a listing of teachers – or at least they should be, writes Jason Walsh

Making technology fit for business

Making technology fit for business

Greencore chief information officer Colm Gartlan wants to professionalise IT, and has turned to the Irish Computer Society

The cloud presents business opportunities, but changes the nature of information security

The cloud presents business opportunities, but changes the nature of information security

How the players in the Irish market address the brave new world that promises agility and scalability as well as lowered costs

Unifying IT in the cloud

Unifying IT in the cloud

Unity Technology Solutions has found that businesses adopting the cloud often have similar needs, but each case is different from the next: common services are often best placed in the public cloud, but a hybrid strategy increases agility, writes Jason Walsh

Engaging with the digital world

Engaging with the digital world

This year’s Fast 50 Rising Star winner is the aptly named Engage, an agency which helps businesses engage with digital transformation, writes Jason Walsh

Exceptional expansion to lead the way

Exceptional expansion to lead the way

Seventeen years on, Fast 50 shows no signs of slowing down, but what do Ireland’s best known technology awards mean for the winners – and for the country? Jason Walsh reports

Making IT work for business

Making IT work for business

More and more businesses are realising that outsourced IT is not only cost-effective, it can actually add strategic value, writes Jason Walsh

After Brexit, using home knowledge to our advantage

After Brexit, using home knowledge to our advantage

In the wake of the Brexit vote, Ireland has doubled down on positioning itself as the natural destination for foreign direct investment in the EU, especially in IT

Mobile devices have changed attitudes to data security

Mobile devices have changed attitudes to data security

Unified threat management has long been a lodestone of IT security, but how has the proliferation of mobile devices changed businesses’ attitudes to keeping data secure?

Ireland's connectivity blackspots, 5G and the National Broadband Plan

Ireland's connectivity blackspots, 5G and the National Broadband Plan

As Ireland positions itself as the home of tech in Europe, it's no surprise that the country’s broadband network is improving – but what does the future hold?