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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

Cloud Computing: Cloud in a box

Cloud Computing: Cloud in a box

A Dublin start-up offers an innovative way of taking infrastructure to the cloud

Vloud Computing: The perfect host for hospitality

Vloud Computing: The perfect host for hospitality

A niche software-as-service provider highlights how the right cloud solutions can be a perfect problem solver

Security Watch: The poor relation

Security Watch: The poor relation

Do organisations apply the same diligence to document security as they do to their core IT systems and data? Deirdre Cashion investigates

Cover Story: Somewhere there’s an island

Cover Story: Somewhere there’s an island

One business outside the traditional Silicon Docks region fits the profile remarkably well

Foodcloud win €10k worth of Google ads

Foodcloud win €10k worth of Google ads

l Dublin-based philanthropic tech business Foodcloud won Google’s Adopt a Start-up competition last month.

Cloud Computing: Mainstream is no longer a question

Cloud Computing: Mainstream is no longer a question

Leading experts on cloud computing say the conversation has gone beyond whether the technology is mainstream

Cloud Computing: Improved economy means more enterprises taking advantage of cloud technology

Cloud Computing: Improved economy means more enterprises taking advantage of cloud technology

Now that business is picking up and ICT budgets are being freed up, a significant proportion of SMEs are looking to work smarter and take advantage of the technologies on offer, said Datapac chief technical officer, David Kinsella.

Cloud Computing: Network to the cloud

Cloud Computing: Network to the cloud

Ireland’s telecom companies are reinventing themselves and leveraging the power of their networks to become cloud enablers

Buyers Guide: The latest laptops

Buyers Guide: The latest laptops

The options for business laptop buyers have never been wider, writes Stephen Errity. There’s the traditional good-value business notebook for more basic needs, higher-end machines for users who demand good performance and a new generation of hybrid d

Security Watch: Moving up the security stack

Security Watch: Moving up the security stack

Protecting an organisation’s core data through encryption and firewalls is a relatively mature undertaking. Maintaining the security and integrity of documentation is still in its infancy