Quinton O'Reilly

Quinton O'Reilly

Managing expectations

Managing expectations

Much is made of managed services and how useful they can be for organisations, but, Quinton O’Reilly asks, do businesses balance their expectations of them?

Staying ahead of the curve

Staying ahead of the curve

Predictive analysis is a key factor in the battle to understand big data, and taking companies on that journey is vital to success, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Insuring the right kind of analysis

Insuring the right kind of analysis

The insurance industry is playing catch-up with big data, but the rewards are there when it does, writes Quinton O’Reilly

ICT in Retail: Focused yet flexible

ICT in Retail: Focused yet flexible

A retail product that focuses on only two main sectors may sound strange, but Core Tech has turned it into a strength, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Riding on the wings of change

Riding on the wings of change

Four years ago, Ryanair decided to discard its old image and focus on customer satisfaction. Fast forward to today and it has one of the most popular and resilient airline sites in the world, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Keeping the show on  the road

Keeping the show on the road

When disaster hits, keeping the business up and running isn’t just important, it can be the difference between surviving or failing, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Look Before You Leap

Look Before You Leap

The demands that businesses place on the cloud mean that it’s now doing more than ever, but it’s not always as simple as just making the switch, writes Quinton O’Reilly

To protect and detect: What should business do in light of WannaCry?

To protect and detect: What should business do in light of WannaCry?

With ransomware in the spotlight, where should businesses go from here? Twelve experts give their views

Staying fresh in the coffee business

Staying fresh in the coffee business

A strong brand and supported back end keep Insomnia awake, even when its stores are closed for the day

Retailers moving along with the times

Retailers moving along with the times

Development in the ICT space has allowed retailers to spot new ways to improve efficiency, but good planning is key to its success, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Third-level innovations offer students first-class connectivity

Third-level innovations offer students first-class connectivity

Irish universities and colleges need to be at the forefront of innovation if they are to succeed, and Virgin Media Business is helping fuel that in more ways than one, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Look before you leap when choosing an ERP service

Look before you leap when choosing an ERP service

While much of the talk around ERP concerns cloud and mobility, it’s not something you should ju...

Bringing it to the masses

Bringing it to the masses

With its sights set on the SME market, Enterpryze is firmly committed to bringing ERP solutions usually designed for large corporations to the masses, writes Quinton O’Reilly

ERP is an extension of your service, not a solution

ERP is an extension of your service, not a solution

While you can have the most advanced solution at your fingertips, knowing why it’s there and how to use it is key, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Providing the perfect partners

Providing the perfect partners

Sage’s flagship ERP tool, which it launched 18 months ago, is a combination of listening to what people want and futureproofing, writes Quinton O’Reilly