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Is mobility heading for mass adoption?

Is mobility heading for mass adoption?

Communication in business is all about being contactable and having the information you need at your fingertips, and that’s where enterprise mobility shines. Alex Meehan reports

Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter

Posters have ceased to matter; now they only pollute our views and our life

Cell match

Cell match

Stephen Errity rounds up some of the latest arrivals to the fast-moving smartphone market, including devices from Sony, Apple, Samsung and HTC

Cloud journeys and detours

Cloud journeys and detours

Organisations are still reluctant to migrate big parts of their businesses to the cloud and are not always convinced by the benefits. Ian Campbell reports

Strengthening the connection

Strengthening the connection

Most businesses don’t use telephony services, but Intellicom aims to change all that, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Most firms not ready for data access requests under GDPR

Most firms not ready for data access requests under GDPR

New research by business services firm BSI has found that over half of European organisations have no fixed method in place for responding to Data Subject Access Requests

Huge turnout for Coolest Projects

Huge turnout for Coolest Projects

700 projects were showcased last month in Dublin at the seventh annual Coolest Projects International 2018

Virgin Media targets SMEs with mobile bundle pitch

Virgin Media targets SMEs with mobile bundle pitch

Businesses can choose from a range of bundles that suit their particular requirements, with contracts that range from 30 days to 12 months

ATXA secures €2.5m in funding to research new cardiovascular drugs

ATXA secures €2.5m in funding to research new cardiovascular drugs

The company is one of just three Irish companies to secure funding in this latest round

Spearline launches GDPR software

Spearline launches GDPR software

The software was developed in west Cork by a fleet of legal, product and software experts recruited by Spearline’s data protection software company, Spearline Risk and Compliance

Salesforce says ‘little people’ hold key to success of big companies

Salesforce says ‘little people’ hold key to success of big companies

At its world tour in London, the company focused on the fourth industrial revolution — the advent of AI, autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things and other similar technologies coming to the fore

Bang & Olufsen invests €300,000 in Dublin store

Bang & Olufsen invests €300,000 in Dublin store

The store is operated by NuConnect, the largest Bang & Olufsen retail group in Ireland and Britain

WordCamp marks 15 years of WordPress

WordCamp marks 15 years of WordPress

The platform is now the engine behind 30 per cent of the world’s websites, powering major media and ecommerce sites, as well as small blogs

Surviving the maelstrom?

Surviving the maelstrom?

Keeping the wheels of commerce greased means having IT systems up and running at all times. But is there more to business continuity planning than IT? Jason Walsh finds out

The faces of change

The faces of change

Now in its third year, Connected has once more cast the net wide to find the 30 most interesting people under 30 in Irish tech. Emmet Ryan takes you through the change-makers