Connected /

Video Conferencing: The personal touch

Video Conferencing: The personal touch

The video conferencing market is shifting from large, room-based systems to smaller workgroup and one-to -one desktop solutions.

Video Conferencing: Capturing the imagination

Video Conferencing: Capturing the imagination

Organisations are becoming more and more creative when it comes to integrating video conferencing technology.

Mobile Business: The efficiency question

Mobile Business: The efficiency question

Cutting corners rarely works out in the long run, but being informed can help get more from your time, money and technology, writes Jessica Kelly

News: IIS secures €1m deal

News: IIS secures €1m deal

February proved particularly strong for Irish IT services provider IIS Group, with one big deal and another partnership secured.

Windows Server Migration: Getting the job done

Windows Server Migration: Getting the job done

Although it is the platform that is being changed, what really matters for the business is the performance of its applications

Windows Server Migration: The clock is ticking for Windows change

Windows Server Migration: The clock is ticking for Windows change

The countdown clock is ticking for Windows Server 2003, and remaining users have no choice but to take action now, writes Leslie Faughnan.

Windows Server Migration: Don’t panic

Windows Server Migration: Don’t panic

Facing the situation and planning the migration are the practical keys to success, experts say.

News: Airspeed predicts the re-enterprisation of IT

News: Airspeed predicts the re-enterprisation of IT

Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter

Salted caramel and Snapchat

Security Watch: On the defensive

Security Watch: On the defensive

Dearbhla Gavin examines how unified threat management is proving increasingly popular with small businesses.

Buyers Guide: Ultrabooks

Buyers Guide: Ultrabooks

If your work takes you out of the office on a regular basis, you’ll know just how much of a hindrance a heavy or cumbersome laptop can be. But going thin and light doesn’t mean sacrificing capability, as Stephen Errity’s round-up of the latest ultra

The harbour authority goes paperless and gets mobile with iPad

The harbour authority goes paperless and gets mobile with iPad

It’s one of two types of days for Captain Brian Sheridan. As both harbour master and deputy chief executive at Port of Galway, his time is often split between delivering presentations and walking the docks in his high visibility, weatherproof gear.

Security: Adapting to tough times

Security: Adapting to tough times

With our smart devices playing a central role in our personal and work lives, the corporate world has had to adapt to our preferences with BYOD (bring your own device) policies, writes Aoife Valentine

ICT skills: Mobility  the key to modern ICT

ICT skills: Mobility the key to modern ICT

The term ‘mobile workforce’ might elicit visions of smartphone and tablet-using executives rushing from meeting to meeting, but there is another sense in which workers can be mobile, writes Jason Walsh.

Cover Story: Putting TV on an even bigger pitch

Cover Story: Putting TV on an even bigger pitch

It’s not just lone rangers making it big on YouTube: studios have jumped on board and made it their primary focus.