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Digital marketing: Organising for inbound marketing

Digital marketing: Organising for inbound marketing

Website design for the digital age requires lots of forethought and back-end flexibility

Enterprise mobility: The Telcos talk

Enterprise mobility: The Telcos talk

Leslie Faughnan went straight to the horse’s mouth, getting direct views from experts on the key aspects of Enterprise Mobility

Virtualisation: The vendors have their say

Virtualisation: The vendors have their say

With virtualisation finding new jobs in business, Leslie Faughnan asks the key players their opinions

Virtualisation: The experts chime in

Virtualisation: The experts chime in

The top minds in virtualisation give Connected their thoughts

Unified communications: Networks and  protocols

Unified communications: Networks and protocols

Irish communication service providers are busy building bridges to create UC-centric businesses

Unified communications: Shifting YOUR business comms to the cloud

Unified communications: Shifting YOUR business comms to the cloud

Changing tides in technology initially leave all different types of companies, regardless of scale, with more questions than solutions.

Digital marketing: The Core Component

Digital marketing: The Core Component

A company’s website has to be the foundation of any successful digital marketing strategy, writes Deirdre Cashion

Digital marketing: Across the digital divide

Digital marketing: Across the digital divide

With the increasing fragmentation of media, CRM plays a key role in managing customer contact points across the digital divide

Internet of things: The road ahead

Internet of things: The road ahead

Internet of things: IoT is about the end, not the means

Internet of things: IoT is about the end, not the means

While technologists get excited about the possibilities offered by a more connected world, canny observers warn against putting the cart before the horse, writes Alex Meehan

App development: Making business appier

App development: Making business appier

Enterprise mobility apps are a growing trend in app development this year, writes Aoife Valentine

Cover story: The more IT changes. ...

Cover story: The more IT changes. ...

Innovation is great, but if you can’t make a buck you’re not worth much, writes Emmet Ryan

Ireland a test bed for Medical research

Ireland a test bed for Medical research

Research into post-op care in the home, and developing strategies for the elderly to stay at home for longer are two of the many initiatives underway

IDA looks west for success

IDA looks west for success

Online, the highlight of the SxSW conference in Texas was Enda Kenny getting his photo taken with Hulk Hogan. For the IDA’s emerging business division, the event in Austin played a key role in its bid to attract 28 new businesses to Ireland this year

Jane Ruffino To attract top business talent to Ireland, the government needs to look beyond hospitality and tax breaks

Jane Ruffino To attract top business talent to Ireland, the government needs to look beyond hospitality and tax breaks

In 2013, just under 9 per cent of Ireland’s workforce, or 161,000 people, were working for a company supported by the IDA. The jobs the IDA helps bring to Ireland tend to be reasonably well-paid, and all but around 20,000 of those jobs are full-time.