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ICT skills: Living in a cloud

ICT skills: Living in a cloud

Are enough people and businesses in Ireland cloud-literate or is the cloud still viewed as the great unknown?

Will cloud prices go sky high?

Will cloud prices go sky high?

Fed up with the cost of your cloud services rising? You’re not alone. Ian Campbell reports

The tech talent crunch

The tech talent crunch

In Ireland’s technology sector, everybody is hiring and the cost of doing business is rising. Emmet Ryan asks what can be done to address the shortage of tech talent

Technology Ireland awards to celebrate innovation

Technology Ireland awards to celebrate innovation

The annual Technology Ireland Industry Awards recognise and celebrate those companies which have achieved exceptional success

New fintech hub to open in Kerry

New fintech hub to open in Kerry

RDI Hub is a new research, development and innovation hub backed by Fexco, IT Tralee and Kerry County Council

Novi secures Mater hospital green deal

Novi secures Mater hospital green deal

The cloud provider Novi has implemented a flexible cloud solution for the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin

NTA’s Graham honoured at eGovernment awards

NTA’s Graham honoured at eGovernment awards

Anne Graham, chief executive of the National Transport Authority, was awarded the eGovernment visionary award

Security watch: This is the end(point)

Security watch: This is the end(point)

Róisín Kiberd invites you to check your endpoints. Are they secure? Are they integrated?

Buyers guide: Smartphones

Buyers guide: Smartphones

Stephen Errity rounds up some of the latest arrivals to the fast-moving smartphone market, including devices from Sony, Apple, Samsung, Google, Huawei and Vodafone

The future of financial plumbing – or a burst pipe?

The future of financial plumbing – or a burst pipe?

Depending on who you listened to, blockchain was either the most transformative technology since the web itself, or a lousy type of database welded to a crackpot get-rich-quick scheme. Today we don’t hear much about it at all. So did the bubble burst?

A simple app of kindness

A simple app of kindness

With constant reminders of human suffering and natural disasters broadcast daily by the media, Hannah O’Brien looks at the tech titans making a difference to people’s lives at home and abroad

ERP: More than the sum of its parts

ERP: More than the sum of its parts

Artificial intelligence, big data and business analytics are all affecting the current generation of ERP systems, and there’s more change to come.

Robots are coming to help, not to take your job

Robots are coming to help, not to take your job

While there is a fear around bots replicating the work of people, Alex Meehan reports on the upside to increased automation

Data centres: Racking up new business

Data centres: Racking up new business

Changing service demands and the rise of multicloud means data centres are having to rethink their role in the IT ecosystem

Unified communication: Sending the right message

Unified communication: Sending the right message

The driving force behind unified communications is changing from a consumer focus to an employee experience, and the flexibility it offers is a big factor