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Is your head in the clouds?

Cloud computing may be becoming the norm for many Irish firms, but there is still a range of factors to consider when implementing it, writes Alex Meehan

2nd September, 2017
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Steve Blanche, chief technology officer for Ergo

Few would argue that, by now, cloud computing has well and truly come of age. But what does that actually mean for firms considering a move into the cloud?

According to Steve Blanche, chief technology officer for Ergo, the cloud has fully arrived as a means of doing business in Ireland. In particular, he said, the IT industry is entering a new period in which business people have begun to have faith in the technology,...

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