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Everyone’s a tech business

Róisín Kiberd and Emmet Ryan look at how Irish businesses without IT backgrounds are using technology to scale

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
3rd April, 2016
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Not too many years ago, an online presence was seen as an added bonus for businesses. A website was complementary to your actual presence ‘IRL’, and apps were but a far-off dream, along with cloud computing and storage.

But today, it’s more than essential: internet technologies, specifically cloud computing and data management, are at the very heart of how modern businesses function. The location of your data storage is as important as your...

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