Quinton O'Reilly

Quinton O'Reilly

Nostra: keeping it simple will improve IT safety and security

Nostra: keeping it simple will improve IT safety and security

As Kevin O’Loughlin of Nostra explains, by stabilising your network you can prevent issues and handle IT matters with fewer staff, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Managing expectations when moving to the cloud

Managing expectations when moving to the cloud

By conducting one-to-ones with clients at C-suite level, Ergo helps firms migrate to the cloud in a seamless, organised way, writes Quinton O’Reilly

How to make a lasting impression

How to make a lasting impression

Print services firm Brother knows how to keep the customer satisfied – and coming back for more, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Make sure to mind the cyber skills gap

Make sure to mind the cyber skills gap

As demand increases for tighter IT security in all organisations amid a shortage of specialist staff, the obvious solution is a managed service provider, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Finding top staff is only half the battle

Finding top staff is only half the battle

Retaining talent is now a case of extremely fine margins, writes Quinton O’Reilly

The road to change: How boardrooms are embracing digital transformation

The road to change: How boardrooms are embracing digital transformation

Boardrooms are properly embracing digital transformation, but while it’s easier to push forward changes, they are not a straight swap, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Use the cloud but keep your feet on the ground

Use the cloud but keep your feet on the ground

Both on-premises and cloud-based solutions are essential in delivering digital transformation, Stephen O’Herlihy of PFH Technology Group tells Quinton O’Reilly

Making the virtual a reality

Making the virtual a reality

Both VR and AR are gearing up for their moment in the sun and, once it comes, the benefits to businesses will be significant, writes Quinton O’Reilly

The connectivity question

The connectivity question

With the National Broadband Plan enduring more twists and turns, an eye is being kept on upcoming standards such as 5G, but they’re no silver bullet, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Technology is key for companies that want to build into the future

Technology is key for companies that want to build into the future

Construction has been slow to embrace the digital elements that many other industries have, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Evolution is the new normal

Evolution is the new normal

The security landscape is one of incessant change, as Michael Conway of Renaissance explains

The true importance of time: Cyber attacks

The true importance of time: Cyber attacks

Cyber attacks are rapidly evolving and organisations need an integrated system that can respond to threats in seconds, according to Sophos

Adapting to fast-changing threats

Adapting to fast-changing threats

Relying on traditional endpoint security won’t wash against an ever-changing adversary: cybersecurity firms like Viatel are now balancing prevention with active detection

Security concerns for when your company’s head is in the cloud

Security concerns for when your company’s head is in the cloud

The introduction of the cloud has changed the working habits of many businesses, allowing services to be delivered anywhere with an internet connection

Back to the drawing board

Back to the drawing board

Building in integrated cybersecurity from the beginning could save your business major headaches down the line