Monday July 6, 2020

Getting more from going mobile

Increased agility is a key demand for many companies looking to avail of cloud solutions, writes Alex Meehan

1st February, 2015

W ith acceptance of cloud-supported technologies gaining ground all the time, many Irish companies are looking to extract more value from the services available to them. According to Jimmy Sheehan, technical director of Ergo, chief among the issues driving the queries he is seeing is mobility and the benefits that can be derived from being able to access data on the go.

“Everybody is talking about mobility and in particular about the issues that can...

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