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More evolution than revolution

More evolution than revolution

The current burgeoning growth of cloud-based technologies in the market shows no sign of slowing down, say IT specialists

LEADERS’ QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

LEADERS’ QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

From wearable tech to favourite smartphone apps, Connected’s Emily Maree asks six technology leaders six big questions

Will 2015 be VoIP’s year?

Will 2015 be VoIP’s year?

It’s been on the telecoms radar for the last decade or more: is 2015 the year that VoIP finally breaks out?

Shut up and take my money

Shut up and take my money

Last month saw news of Netflix’s plan to actually enforce a policy it always officially had. Users of the streaming service who wanted to see a movie or TV show not available on Netflix Ireland would be punished, with their accounts potentially suspe

Time to embrace the Intercloud

Time to embrace the Intercloud

To get the most from the cloud, it’s imperative that you understand what outcome you want for your firm

The endless fight AGAINST cyber crime

The endless fight AGAINST cyber crime

Dearbhla Gavin reports on the challenge IT providers face from cyber criminals – and how Ireland could be leading the charge against them

Mobile Business: Get your act together

Mobile Business: Get your act together

Social media is now an integral part of the average consumer’s daily life. Amy Eustace asks top marketers how to integrate it into a business

Apple announces record iPhone sales over Christmas period

Apple announces record iPhone sales over Christmas period

Tim Cook’s array of new products boosted Apple's sales growth last quarter to the highest level in three years.

Activist investors force eBay’s hand in shakeup

Activist investors force eBay’s hand in shakeup

Tech giant announces 2,400 global job cuts despite reporting an increase in earnings

A race to the bottom for creators?

A race to the bottom for creators?

Jane Ruffino: is the idea that people won’t pay for ‘content’ just helping fuel a race to the bottom for creators?

EBay to cut 2,400 jobs or seven per cent of workforce

EBay to cut 2,400 jobs or seven per cent of workforce

EBay is cutting 2,400 positions, buying back shares and entering into a standstill agreement with activist investor Carl Icahn.

Inside  Dublin’s  silicon  docks

Inside Dublin’s silicon docks

Tech start-ups on the cusp of success are being drawn to Dublin by the likes of Google and Facebook. But how does Ireland stack up against London and Silicon Valley?

Techweek

Techweek

Game makers losing their patience with government

Game makers losing their patience with government

An action plan for jobs in the gaming sector made bold promises in 2011, but with Britain stealing a march on tax incentives, insiders say Ireland needs to get back in the game

British prime minister exposes his disdain for privacy

British prime minister exposes his disdain for privacy

Jane Ruffino: British prime minister David Cameron’s call for governments to have wider access to encrypted communications exposes his disdain for privacy. We should be very concerned