Dearbhla Gavin examines how unified threat management is proving increasingly popular with small businesses.
If your work takes you out of the office on a regular basis, you’ll know just how much of a hindrance a heavy or cumbersome laptop can be. But going thin and light doesn’t mean sacrificing capability, as Stephen Errity’s round-up of the latest ultra
It’s one of two types of days for Captain Brian Sheridan. As both harbour master and deputy chief executive at Port of Galway, his time is often split between delivering presentations and walking the docks in his high visibility, weatherproof gear.
It’s not just lone rangers making it big on YouTube: studios have jumped on board and made it their primary focus.
The increased use of personal video is boosting demand for greater enterprise availability, writes Deirdre Cashion.
Eoin Dowling is the chief executive of Boxfish, which develops technology that captures data from television shows, movies and other video broadcasts to allow searches and alerts. In March last year, it raised $5 million from Dublin-based venture cap
I wrote this article while hiding in the toilet above my shop in Dublin’s Aungier Street, trying with only some degree of success to clear my mind of the burgeoning to-do list that I know every small business owner out there can relate to. Most of us
Jane Ruffino Enterprise Ireland looks at companies to create maximum return on investment. That return isn’t always jobs
Last week, Enterprise Ireland held an event at Dublin Castle to showcase the start-ups it has supported over the last year.
Tech may or may not have a ‘woman problem’, but tech feminism definitely has a man problem.