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Planning for when disaster strikes

Planning for when disaster strikes

Getting a business back online after a disaster is all very well, but without business continuity planning the reputational damage could be so severe that there is scarcely a business left to recover, writes Jason Walsh

What we miss in plain sight

What we miss in plain sight

With the fallout from Cambridge Analytica still being assessed, Róisín Kiberd looks at the data privacy challenges that lie ahead with the GDPR

The right toolkit for the job

The right toolkit for the job

As we move closer to GDPR becoming a reality, ERS is using one of its key tools to help companies keep on top of their obligations, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Do you know where your data is?

Do you know where your data is?

Since the hype died down, the Internet of Things is starting to get its breath back and become focused on the enterprise side of things, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Awareness training for personnel

Awareness training for personnel

With all the pieces in place, the final part of your GDPR strategy is ensuring that your staff are aware of their role in achieving GDPR compliance, writes Angela Madden

Working out the kinks

Working out the kinks

As a resource for the wider business community, Republic of Work’s first year was just as much about learning as it was about setting the foundations, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Greasing the wheels of business communication

Greasing the wheels of business communication

No matter how automated or intelligent IT systems get, one thing is unlikely to change — the role of personal communication in business, and that’s where unified communications comes in. Alex Meehan reports

Editor’s Letter - Apathy: a tool for defence?

Editor’s Letter - Apathy: a tool for defence?

When the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke, the reaction at large was a bit of a throwback to slower news cycles

Modernisation is coming

Modernisation is coming

PAYE Modernisation, a huge overhaul to the payroll and revenue reporting system, is coming next January and businesses should be prepared, writes Aoife Valentine

Buyer’s Guide: Projectors - snappy gear

Buyer’s Guide: Projectors - snappy gear

As with any other aspect of business IT, the technology behind projectors advances constantly, so we’ve rounded up some of the latest offerings from the big players on the market

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

From the ‘right to be forgotten’ to the National Broadband Plan, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts...

To Boldly Go

To Boldly Go

Humanity’s drive to the stars has a real impact on terra firma, and quite a few Irish people are aiding the continuing voyage of discovery, writes Emmet Ryan

AMI returns €2 million to clients

AMI returns €2 million to clients

The funds were generated through the recycling, refurbishment and resale of data-bearing items, including 23,324 PCs and laptops, collected from AMI’s clients as part of their IT retirement process

Parkpnp buys Belgian competitor

Parkpnp buys Belgian competitor

The deal will see Parkpnp grow into mainland Europe for the first time and will accelerate the growth of digital parking payments in the Belgian market

Shire announces collaboration with NIBRT

Shire announces collaboration with NIBRT

20 Shire employees will be based at the NIBRT facility for a 12-month period to expand the capabilities of these employees to support start-up activities at Dunboyne