Quinton O'Reilly

Quinton O'Reilly

Doubling down on security

Doubling down on security

For companies, the aim is to be proactive and have visibility of their business’s processes

Individual errors have to be avoided

Individual errors have to be avoided

Human error can lead to gaps appearing in your company’s security apparatus, so forewarned is forearmed, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Meeting Data subject requirements

Meeting Data subject requirements

As we approach the final parts of the GDPR countdown, meeting data subject requirements is a matter of looking at their rights and working back, explains Angela Madden of Rits Information Services

Leaving the hype behind

Leaving the hype behind

For years, promises of how cloud could transform industries swirled around, but now that the bluster is gone, the industry can focus on meeting its potential. Quinton O’Reilly reports

A healthy balance

A healthy balance

The medical industry has a harder task than most to balance security with accessibility, but in the case of Blackrock Clinic, resilience is in its DNA, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Your Business: Getting to grips with GDPR

Your Business: Getting to grips with GDPR

The new regulation concerning the storage of personal data comes into effect in May. Yes, it’s complicated, but there’s no need to panic. Here, Quinton O’Reilly gives a clear introduction to the rules

Your Business: Looking for a helping hand

Your Business: Looking for a helping hand

Becoming GDPR compliant doesn’t have to be a headache. If you don’t have the know-how, partnering with a suitable service provider can help streamline the process, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Your Business: Dealing with third parties

Your Business: Dealing with third parties

Any contract that your business has with a third party will have to be reassessed so the new GDPR regulations can be taken into account. Quinton O’Reilly offers some insights on how to update your agreements

Always on, always connected

Always on, always connected

As 4G coverage and technology improves, the options that mobile broadband gives SMEs have changed the game, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Future-proofing, in the cloud

Future-proofing, in the cloud

Cloud computing has evolved enormously - and in 2018, the focus will be on how businesses can use it to optimise their data privacy and security, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Answering consumer demand for greater retail technology

Answering consumer demand for greater retail technology

The retail sector is one of the most consumer-driven industries, according to Mark Bryans, director (Ireland) at K3 Retail, and it has to adapt to changes

Bricks-and-mortar shopping due to get hi-tech makeover

Bricks-and-mortar shopping due to get hi-tech makeover

Online retail may continue to grow, but tech upgrades are en route to physical shops also

Meeting the GDPR challenge

Meeting the GDPR challenge

When it comes to GDPR regulation, businesses can take steps that will ease the burden, according to Richard Nunan of DNM Group, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Always on demand

Always on demand

With major media clients like TV3, Eir Sport, QVC and MTV relying on its services, Axonista has many measures in place to ensure on-demand services are constantly running

Coming into the mainstream

Coming into the mainstream

As their purpose expands, CRMs are practically an essential tool for those wanting to understand their customer base, and there may be a lot more to come, writes Quinton O’Reilly