Quinton O'Reilly

Quinton O'Reilly

Bringing business back home

Bringing business back home

The Ireland Gateway to Europe initiative, which offers support to US companies looking to set up in this country, is more important than ever given the global challenges facing us

Tracking the Elephant in the room

Tracking the Elephant in the room

Companies are always looking for ways to become more efficient, and time management software is stepping up to the challenge, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Ireland programmed for rapid development

Ireland programmed for rapid development

Since opening its office in Dublin in 2012, Hubspot has grown exponentially and sees Ireland as an integral part of its ambitious plans to expand further, writes Quinton O’Reilly

How to retain the talent? Get in the middle of a chain reaction

How to retain the talent? Get in the middle of a chain reaction

Ireland’s tech sector is moving from merely providing support to creating its own services – ...

A different way of doing business

A different way of doing business

You may be familiar with software-as-a-service, but what about talent-as-a-service? It could end up being a common feature of work in the future, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Global conference set for Dublin

Global conference set for Dublin

Dublin is set to host the World Employment Confederation Conference in June. Scheduled to take pl...

GDPR: start as you mean to go on

GDPR: start as you mean to go on

Fortinet’s Shane Grennan says protecting data should be a continuous process, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Taking stock of the GDPR challenge

Taking stock of the GDPR challenge

GDPR affects a wide range of industries and businesses, and in the case of retail, getting to gri...

Protecting yourself is best done by adopting a proactive approach

Protecting yourself is best done by adopting a proactive approach

John Ryan of Zinopy says the advent of GDPR is changing firms’ mindsets, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Quality of managed print services comes to SMEs

Quality of managed print services comes to SMEs

Managed print services used to be a luxury for large corporations, but now smaller organisations ...

Tech experts at the crest of the wave  as digital revolution gathers momentum

Tech experts at the crest of the wave as digital revolution gathers momentum

Gauging customer needs is what makes Irish firm Codec so effective, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Don’t just jump on the bandwagon

Don’t just jump on the bandwagon

Assess business needs before bringing in new technology, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Ready to go

Ready to go

The best way of dealing with an incident is to prepare thoroughly beforehand and the same principles apply with your GDPR strategy, explains Angela Madden of Rits Information Services

Looking for the value

Looking for the value

Every business wants to get more value out of the data they use and the best way to do so is to align it with your business objectives, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Insuring against the risks

Insuring against the risks

With healthcare becoming more data-driven, insurers like Laya Healthcare have to stay a step ahead of not just risks, but customer expectation, writes Quinton O’Reilly