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User experience is everything in mobility

User experience is everything in mobility

With a growing number of organisations going ‘mobile first’ in their IT activities, enterprise mobility is a trend that’s here to stay. In fact, many would say it’s the ‘new normal’. Alex Meehan reports

Delivering breakthroughs at breakneck speed

Delivering breakthroughs at breakneck speed

The high-performance computing sector represents a vital, but lesser-known, sector of the IT world, writes Jason Walsh

Buyer’s Guide: Top of the laptops, Upgrade for 2019

Buyer’s Guide: Top of the laptops, Upgrade for 2019

There are fewer laptop makers around these days than there used to be, but competition between the remaining players is still fierce, driving innovation for the consumer and business user. Stephen Errity rounds up some of the best machines on the market

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

From encouraging gender equality in tech to online safety for children, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts . . .

On the cusp of change

On the cusp of change

When January 1 arrives, one of the biggest changes to PAYE will come into effect, and payroll services are putting on the finishing touches, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Startup Week draws 2,000

Startup Week draws 2,000

ISPCC teams up with Singlepoint for new platform

ISPCC teams up with Singlepoint for new platform

AIB’s Declan Rundle is named project professional of 2018

AIB’s Declan Rundle is named project professional of 2018

PayPal hackathon helps six charities address digital challenges

PayPal hackathon helps six charities address digital challenges

LearnUpon wins big at Technology Ireland awards

LearnUpon wins big at Technology Ireland awards

Study shows firms confident on GDPR compliance

Study shows firms confident on GDPR compliance

Connected to the world

Connected to the world

ApisProtect raises €1.5m for bee-monitoring technology

ApisProtect raises €1.5m for bee-monitoring technology

Doubling down on strengths

Doubling down on strengths

Having become a tool that covered all areas of a business, the next step for CRM is to augment its core strengths, writes Quinton O’Reilly

What you do

What you do

The deskbound days of nine-to-five workers are on the way out, and the business case for mobile working is only growing, writes Aoife Valentine