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HP sets out its blueprint for driving a low-carbon economy

HP sets out its blueprint for driving a low-carbon economy

The company’s goal is to increase recycled content plastic in its personal systems and print hardware and supplies to 30 per cent by 2025

Whistleblowers and misfits extolled at this year’s Inspirefest

Whistleblowers and misfits extolled at this year’s Inspirefest

Ethics and leadership were core themes, with whistleblower Erika Cheung telling Inspirefest about her role in exposing the truth behind Theranos

Specialisterne and AIB win big at NFIA

Specialisterne and AIB win big at NFIA

The awards aim to recognise outstanding talent in the data science, artificial intelligence and analytics sectors in Ireland

Salesforce holds its first basecamp event at Dublin’s Convention Centre

Salesforce holds its first basecamp event at Dublin’s Convention Centre

Although the Dublin office has been here for nearly 20 years and was one of the first international locations for the tech company, it was the firm’s first conference event in the capital

€250k digital transformation solution for ITC to benefit customers

€250k digital transformation solution for ITC to benefit customers

Following a detailed tendering process, TEKenable was selected as the preferred solution provider because of the company’s experience and expertise in the marketplace

DCI 2019 set for November

DCI 2019 set for November

Now in its tenth year, the event brings together experts and more than 1,000 industry professionals

Arkphire accelerates cloud growth with 15 new jobs in Mayo

Arkphire accelerates cloud growth with 15 new jobs in Mayo

The news follows Arkphire’s acquisition last year of CloudStrong, a specialist cloud solution provider based in Castlebar, Co Mayo

Back on the chain gang

Back on the chain gang

Blockchain is having an impact on the jobs market. Fiona Alston looks at how you can immerse yourself in the developing technology and how staying one step ahead of the curve could land you among the stars

Casting the net wide

Casting the net wide

As connectivity becomes everything, businesses not only have more complex networking requirements, but also demand greater flexibility. In addition, with the rise of the mini-multinational, more and more businesses have branch offices in far-flung locations

Snappy gear

Snappy gear

You don’t have to spend big to get a great, well-specced laptop or tablet, as Stephen Errity’s rundown of some of the best models around right now at lower price points shows

Backing up is the way forward

Backing up is the way forward

As the variety and volume of data generated by businesses continues to grow, efficient back-up and storage is ever more important, as is knowing how to dispose of hardware safely when it reaches the end of its life. Alex Meehan reports

Time to get smart on energy use

Time to get smart on energy use

Can smart energy systems save costs as well as the environment? Maria Delaney looks at Irish products that are changing the way businesses consume energy

Keeping your mobile device safe for business

Keeping your mobile device safe for business

Róisín Kiberd takes you on a journey of bizarre names with conventional risks

Working smarter, thinking bigger

Working smarter, thinking bigger

How do you harness a reliable ‘staple’ of management that keeps growing and evolving? For small and medium enterprises, this can open up the best opportunities to work smarter, react faster and think more globally than ever before

Editor’s Letter: My buddy Billy

Editor’s Letter: My buddy Billy

The last missive before the summer recess is when this column looks to share with you all some reasons to be cheerful and Connected has many