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Inside knowledge

Inside knowledge

Using an Irish identity to go global

Using an Irish identity to go global

The IEDR doesn’t just manage the dot-ie domain, it’s working with SMEs to get smarter about how they work online

Both sides of the coin

Both sides of the coin

For Mark Kellett and Magnet, it’s easy to help SMEs think big because it’s not so long since the telco was an underdog

Aon staff volunteer in Dublin community project

Aon staff volunteer in Dublin community project

Mobile goes mainstream

Mobile goes mainstream

Once, mobile internet access was something that was nice to have, but which you hoped you would never need

Secure the cloud and protect your business

Secure the cloud and protect your business

Ashville takes over Blog Awards

Ashville takes over Blog Awards

Editor’s letter

Editor’s letter

Addressing unconscious bias

Online exhibitions launched by Dublin museums

Online exhibitions launched by Dublin museums

Eircom launches national ‘FibrePower’ competition

Eircom launches national ‘FibrePower’ competition

50 new jobs with IIS

50 new jobs with IIS

Cork students commended in Euro rocket science contest

Cork students commended in Euro rocket science contest

Windows Server Migration: Can your server give you what you want?

Windows Server Migration: Can your server give you what you want?

As the economy picks up and companies become more confident about investing in their IT function, it’s old and tired server technology that is often first to get refreshed, writes Alex Meehan

Cloud Computing: The current reality and the future is hybrid cloud

Cloud Computing: The current reality and the future is hybrid cloud

Leslie Faughnan examines a changing environment for Irish businesses in the cloud

E-Payments: A land without coins?

E-Payments: A land without coins?

With technology allowing more financial transactions to take place online, Aoife Valentine considers the possibility of a cashless Ireland