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Study finds skills shortage problems

Study finds skills shortage problems

What is your Data is trying to tell you

What is your Data is trying to tell you

Driving value from your data

Driving value from your data

Take the first chance that you get, because you may never get another one

Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter

His name is Mo

UCC celebrates Boole Day with a difference using Minecraft

UCC celebrates Boole Day with a difference using Minecraft

How SMEs can gain hugely from data

How SMEs can gain hugely from data

For smaller companies, business analytics might sound like the kind of IT function that’s just out of reach, but increasingly that’s no longer true

Delivery is critical

Delivery is critical

You can have all the bells and whistles you want, but customers care most about reliability

A skills challenge

A skills challenge

Upskilling the current workforce in the virtualisation sector is crucial to maintaining continued technological developments, writes Killian Woods

Leaders Questions and Answers

Leaders Questions and Answers

From cyber attacks to self-driving cars, Emily Maree has six questions for six experts

Big data trenda set to run and run

Big data trenda set to run and run

If you’re scared to take chances, you’ll never have the answers

Moving from the boardroom to the browser

Moving from the boardroom to the browser

Employee demands for personal video are fuelling a new wave of market growth

Printing money: less of it

Printing money: less of it

The paperless office never did quite arrive but, with managed print services, businesses can at least make the difficult part of printing into someone else’s problem, writes Jason Walsh

No need for confusion

No need for confusion

Just because part of a service is new, it need not be scary, writes Leslie Faughnan

Mobile business: A different beat

Mobile business: A different beat

The ways in which music is consumed have changed dramatically in recent years

Keeping Data looking good isn’t always simple

Keeping Data looking good isn’t always simple