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From the dull to the dramatic

From the dull to the dramatic

Róisín Kiberd on a volatile process that can catch companies off guard

The Scarcity Principle

The Scarcity Principle

As highly skilled candidates in IT are now a rare commodity, IT recruiters are adapting to a new reality where every advantage counts, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Keeping it Automated

Keeping it Automated

Quinton O’Reilly speaks to Gary Cullen of Provident CRM about improving the customer journey

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

From self-driving cars to education for the future of technology, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts

The struggle to share

The struggle to share

Meeting customer expectations is only getting trickier, and maximising speed and efficiency within the supply chain is the only way to deal with the challenge, writes Aoife Valentine

Keep up to speed with fast-moving world of mobile working

Keep up to speed with fast-moving world of mobile working

The days of ‘working from home’ being a euphemism for taking the day off are long gone, and mobile working is increasingly the norm for many Irish companies, writes Alex Meehan

A polymorphic global threat

A polymorphic global threat

Róisín Kiberd on the threat that’s ready for its sophomore act

Gdpr Checklist

Gdpr Checklist

With GDPR only a few weeks away, now is a good time to check over everything you’ve done to ensure you’re as prepared as possible, writes Angela Madden

Storage and back-up gets flexible

Storage and back-up gets flexible

The cloud has transformed the storage and business continuity market, but there are still problems and pitfalls to be avoided. Ian Campbell reports

Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter

Adapting to new regulations is tough and, even when it’s something as important as the GDPR, a nuisance for organisations

Navigating a sea of data

Navigating a sea of data

The paperless office, that dream of the 1980s, never quite came to fruition. In fact, arguably we use more paper than ever, but with precious IT resources being eaten up by managing printers and the GDPR being enforced from May 25, organisations are looking toward managed document solutions, reports Jason Walsh

Blockchain begins

Blockchain begins

After the hype has died down, the question isn’t what’s next for blockchain, but how can it realise its potential, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Buyer’s Guide Mid-Range Laptops/Tablets

Buyer’s Guide Mid-Range Laptops/Tablets

Whether it’s for business or personal use, you don’t always have to spend top dollar to get a well-specced device. There are plenty of appealing mid-budget options from the big names. Stephen Errity checks out some of the best on the market

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

From mannerly Amazon Echos to gender diversity, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts . . .

Stem satisfaction rates on the rise

Stem satisfaction rates on the rise

The study of 900 people across Ireland found that, of those surveyed, 81 per cent of Stem employees stated they were either satisfied or highly satisfied in their job