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A corporate Necessity

A corporate Necessity

With smartphones now standard and tablets becoming more and more of an everyday sight, it seems every company has a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy now, whether or not they formally acknowledge it

First mind the data then look at performance

First mind the data then look at performance

Reviewing your data storage starts with the audit

Think about discovery

Think about discovery

The Word on the cloud

The Word on the cloud

Leslie Faughnan casts an eye over the evolution of cloud services

Print across oceans

Print across oceans

A smarter and more transparent service is the Ergo promise as it takes its offering outside of Ireland

A New phase for Print

A New phase for Print

Service providers are stepping up to the mark as the focus of managed print shifts from cost-per-copy to added value services.

Cloud adds up for modern accounting

Cloud adds up for modern accounting

A growing number of finance and ERP applications have followed CRM and other business software into the cloud

Getting out there

Getting out there

While Cork’s development is promising, it’s critical that businesses think of the big picture

Interxion seals Anexia deal

Interxion seals Anexia deal

Watching your wallet

Watching your wallet

Technology to suit your pocket

Cloud for your firm’s pace

Cloud for your firm’s pace

Having your own server is like having an Airfix model glued together on the shelf. The cloud is more like a box of Lego

A united front

A united front

Collaboration is playing a key role in Cork’s IT evolution, with businesses and local authorities working together

Mobilising print

Mobilising print

End-to-end Samsung solutions are a natural fit for increasingly mobile businesses

Data centres – how big is big enough?

Data centres – how big is big enough?

Spend any time at all reading the Irish tech media and you’ll quickly come across multiple references to data centres and the growing trend for Irish companies to host their applications, data and even infrastructure remotely in a data centre.

The survey says . . .

The survey says . . .

Entrust’s survey of Irish businesses’ online security showed Ireland is behind on best practices in the area. There’s room for improvement