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Start-ups pushing the boundaries

Start-ups pushing the boundaries

Trustev and Barricade are two security start-ups using Cork to reach the rest of the world

Coming home to a rollercoaster town

Coming home to a rollercoaster town

The IT resurgence in Cork has seen experienced professionals come home after lengthy spells away from the city.

Well-connected for global growth

Well-connected for global growth

Dell’s office in Cork is a little bit different and that suits the IT giant just fine

Leaders questions:

Leaders questions:

Emily Maree is back with six questions to grill six IT experts

Digitising documents

Digitising documents

Managing workflow solutions requires different skillsets for different requirements. Ricoh claims to have all options covered

Servers with a smile

Servers with a smile

As public and private organisations continue to be influenced by the shift to cloud computing and an ever-greater focus on big data and analytics capability, Stephen Errity takes a look at some new and established products on the Irish server market

EU compliance starts with a good data protection policy

EU compliance starts with a good data protection policy

Senior executives might be scratching their heads in confusion at what steps they need to take to make their organisation fully compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Policy (GDPR).

A lifelong journey

A lifelong journey

Chris Murphy has spent his entire working life in Cork, and he’s looking to help others do the same

Managed services make cloud more attractive

Managed services make cloud more attractive

As a specialised territory, finding the right people to aid with cloud can be a challenge.

Mobility and the modern SME

Mobility and the modern SME

With mobility one of the key drivers of cloud services in Ireland, Vodafone is set to launch a new €7 million cloud hosting and data centre project with the intention of offering an end-to-end cloud service

Datapac warns of data loss

Datapac warns of data loss

Datapac has published survey results which found that the majority of Irish organisations are taking risks storing their data.

Comms in the cloud

Comms in the cloud

Now that cloud enables Anything-as-a-Service, VoIP and full Unified Comms are logical choices

Canadian astronaut to judge schools challenge

Canadian astronaut to judge schools challenge

AirSpeed secures €250k William Fry deal

AirSpeed secures €250k William Fry deal

Harder than you think

Harder than you think

As public cloud services have matured, one of the characteristics of the early market and hype has changed radically