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A new kind of deal for Eir and AIB

A new kind of deal for Eir and AIB

Eir’s €95 million deal with AIB is a sign of things to come across the telecoms business, writes Emmet Ryan

Gearing Up

Gearing Up

With the economy back in growth there is a greater demand for ICT skills than ever, but are businesses, large and small, ready? Jason Walsh reports

Connected: The undiscovered country

Connected: The undiscovered country

From high-speed tunnels to human rights defenders, how will technology shape our future?

Upgrade for 2016

Upgrade for 2016

Kay Cairns casts an eye over the best phones and tablets on the market

Beware of all lines of attack

Beware of all lines of attack

It’s not just for sales

It’s not just for sales

CRM tools are important for the smooth, scientific running of an entire firm

Why it’s now safety first for mobile users

Why it’s now safety first for mobile users

How flexible is your CRM app?

How flexible is your CRM app?

Sifting through CRM options is no easy challenge

CRM’s  sales  surge

CRM’s sales surge

CRM never faltered during the downturn, but business is really picking up now

Upwardly mobile

Upwardly mobile

‘Work is what you do, not where you are’ is not just a mantra - it’s a sign that you need to adapt

Jane Ruffino: The ‘Elf on the Shelf’ is causing a kerfuffle

Jane Ruffino: The ‘Elf on the Shelf’ is causing a kerfuffle

But the real problems with our smart gadget obsession lie elsewhere

Cloud security is only as strong as its weakest link

Cloud security is only as strong as its weakest link

Security breaches are often facilitated by irresponsible users - not poorly designed technology

Don’t let the Project Manage you

Don’t let the Project Manage you

When it comes to ICT project management, Róisín Kiberd writes that businesses need to think about the answer they want to see

CBE secures €500k services deal

CBE secures €500k services deal

Midas Ireland conference takes a look at scaling

Midas Ireland conference takes a look at scaling