Quinton O'Reilly

Quinton O'Reilly

Keeping pace with ransomware’s constant evolution

Keeping pace with ransomware’s constant evolution

While the rate of ransomware attacks is on the decrease, businesses should be vigilant as newer and more sophisticated attempts emerge, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Natural evolution is ISAS’s preferred path to growth

Natural evolution is ISAS’s preferred path to growth

Starting out as information security and data protection specialists, ISAS is now maturing to offer outsourced data governance services to help clients manage their regulatory and compliance obligations, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Working from the inside out

Working from the inside out

Most digital transformation strategies focus on the end-user for results, but forget about those within the company, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Bamboo pumps up the base

Bamboo pumps up the base

Takeaway app hoping to grow Irish user numbers ahead of a planned expansion to Manchester

GDPR: Life after deadline

GDPR: Life after deadline

The new regulation may no longer dominate the headlines, but the task of enforcing new data laws has only just begun. Quinton O’Reilly reports

Rethinking the CRM

Rethinking the CRM

It’s easy to take things for granted. When something has been around for quite a while, it can lead to it being treated as part of the furniture, an item that’s always been there, but Quinton O’Reilly says you need to think differently

Joining the dots

Joining the dots

If its experiences in 2018 so far are anything to go by, Salesforce only shows signs of speeding ...

‘Excellent service tailored to every guest’

‘Excellent service tailored to every guest’

Now in its 21st year, Maryborough Hotel, Douglas, continues to go from strength to strength thank...

Taking time to learn  a new language

Taking time to learn a new language

Mark McArdle of Intact Software says companies need to reframe the subject matter when pondering big data, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Good value and new builds bring in the businesses

Good value and new builds bring in the businesses

Tipped to be Ireland’s fastest growing city over the next 20 years, key investors are fuelling the boom in Cork’office infrastructure projects, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Clever planning future-proofs city centre housing demands

Clever planning future-proofs city centre housing demands

With major commercial projects under way in Cork, and the city centre, the docklands also seeing ...

Standards staying high in Montenotte Hotel

Standards staying high in Montenotte Hotel

Eighteen months after undergoing major renovations, the Montenotte Hotel has developed a reputati...

Multinationals flock to Cork as economic upturn takes effect

Multinationals flock to Cork as economic upturn takes effect

The rise in large foreign companies choosing Cork as a base reflects the growing confidence in the region, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Tapping into the magic of working together

Tapping into the magic of working together

The entrepreneurs behind Teamwork.com are moving into their next growth phase as a company - and ‘giving back’ with mentorship and incubator initiatives along the way

How Cork can turn Brexit to its advantage

How Cork can turn Brexit to its advantage

The city and the surrounding region are in a prime position to win some jobs in the wake of Britain's exit from the EU, writes Quinton O’Reilly