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Increasing appetite for cloud drives data-centre growth

Increasing appetite for cloud drives data-centre growth

Customers are demanding increased compute power and energy efficiencies through virtualisation in the cloud

Bling ring

Bling ring

With the vital Christmas market looming, Stephen Errity takes a look at some of the latest contenders in the always-important smartphone market, as high-end features, such as 4K video, become increasingly common and designs get increasingly more elab

Host Ireland boss Kitchin raises concerns over Web Summit

Host Ireland boss Kitchin raises concerns over Web Summit

Powering the data centre into the future

Powering the data centre into the future

With new data-centre builds on the horizon, does our ability to deliver adequate power into the future represent a risk to the industry?

Skilled for the fight

Skilled for the fight

With the digital skill shortage now well known, are Irish businesses able to attract the right staff, or is the best talent vacuumed up by trendy tech giants like Facebook? Jason Walsh investigates

The all-in-one option

The all-in-one option

Asystec creates 50 new jobs in Cork

Asystec creates 50 new jobs in Cork

Leaders question and answers

Leaders question and answers

From social media to Irish language apps, Emily Maree grills six tech leaders

Data storage performance has moved front and centre

Data storage performance has moved front and centre

Today’s applications and mobile working demand high performance

Keeping up with the workforce

Keeping up with the workforce

In the tech world, BYOD appeals to coveted millennial workers and their blended work-home lifestyle

Too much trust can cost you

Too much trust can cost you

We ask Dermot Hayden, sales director at Sophos, if people put too much faith in the companies they share their data with

Backup is really about restoring

Backup is really about restoring

Online backup is a potentially universal solution, from disaster recovery to that critical missing file

New concepts, technologies, but the same challenges

New concepts, technologies, but the same challenges

Protect and survive

Protect and survive

The Ashley Madison scandal got a broad range of reactions, but it highlighted gaping flaws in how many people protect their data online

It’s not the data volume that counts, it’s the types

It’s not the data volume that counts, it’s the types

Data classification is central to better management