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
Leslie Faughnan examines a changing environment for Irish businesses in the cloud
Leading experts on cloud computing say the conversation has gone beyond whether the technology is mainstream
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.
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
Concern about unreliable networks is the main factor why some firms are reluctant to embrace the cloud, writes Killian Woods