Irish firms are well placed to tackle major IT challenges

Irish businesses are better prepared than their European counterparts to tackle major IT challenges, according to new research by Vodafone.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
1st June, 2014
Jonathan Rutherford: head of commercial marketing at Vodafone Ireland.

Irish businesses are better prepared than their European counterparts to tackle major IT challenges, according to new research by Vodafone.

The firm’s pan-European Ready Business study listed Ireland as the market with the most open attitude towards addressing technology issues. Despite the high ranking, only 25 per cent of Irish firms said they had the resources they needed to address future IT projects.

“Businesses are saying it’s going to be much more important going...

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