Saturday June 6, 2020

Connectivity climbing in importance

A growing number of Irish companies are putting apps and services in the cloud, and a reliable broadband connection has never been more important. Alex Meehan reports

2nd July, 2017

As the corporate world moves increasingly towards a data-centric view of doing business, the reality is that connectivity, and broadband in particular, are becoming more and more important.

An increasing number of products and services are being made available to Irish businesses remotely over the internet, with data stored in the cloud and accessible from anywhere on the planet that a user has a laptop, tablet or smartphone. This brings enormous flexibility within the reach...

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