As a growing number of Irish companies move some or all of their data storage to the cloud, the issue of how well protected that data is in the event of a problem is becoming more pressing, writes Alex Meehan.
Data analytics has trickled down from large corporates and is now readily available in the mainstream
Does your company storage run on standard issue storage area networks (SANs)? If so it’s not alone, with the vast majority of Irish companies using this storage architecture as a matter of course.
Many firms have spent the last few years cutting costs and are now keen to leverage their data to increase their return on investment instead.
Dundalk-based Intact Software is leading the way in business analytics, writes Ross O’Neill.
Recently appointed managing director of Logicalis Ireland Andrew Baird tells Aoife Valentine about taking advantage of the cloud debate and plans for growth.
The video conferencing market is shifting from large, room-based systems to smaller workgroup and one-to -one desktop solutions.
Organisations are becoming more and more creative when it comes to integrating video conferencing technology.
Although it is the platform that is being changed, what really matters for the business is the performance of its applications
The countdown clock is ticking for Windows Server 2003, and remaining users have no choice but to take action now, writes Leslie Faughnan.