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Pat Breen to deliver keynote address at DataCentres conference

Pat Breen to deliver keynote address at DataCentres conference

Digital Workplace Ireland conferences

Digital Workplace Ireland conferences

Three half-day events take place in Dublin and Cork this November

Dublin start-up week set for November 19-23

Dublin start-up week set for November 19-23

Techstars Start-up Week has taken place in 57 countries, hosted 100,000 participants globally in 2017, and now Dublin is joining this event series in November

Logicalis to create 25 new jobs

Logicalis to create 25 new jobs

The company has refreshed its tools and technologies, including a highly advanced IT service management platform

Wolfgang launches e-commerce report

Wolfgang launches e-commerce report

The importance of encouraging return visits plus social media’s purchasing influence are among the key insights to be gleaned from the study

50 per cent revenue growth in three years for Sabeo Group

50 per cent revenue growth in three years for Sabeo Group

The group has seen a marked increase in demand for the contracting of IT specialists to support mission critical solutions or for the implementation of ICT projects on a medium to long-term contract basis

400 attend Secure Computing Forum

400 attend Secure Computing Forum

Topics on the agenda at this year’s forum included counter-terrorism, artificial intelligence (AI), identity theft and social engineering

Getting comfortable with AI

Getting comfortable with AI

A lack of trust and acceptance is holding businesses back from the benefits of artificial intelligence, but it’s coming in hot anyway, writes Aoife Valentine

Calling the shots

Calling the shots

Unified communications (UC) offers more than just telephony and instant messaging (IM), but are enterprises taking advantage of the possibility of global collaboration and deep integration into business applications, asks Jason Walsh

Hidden benefits

Hidden benefits

The world of unified communications has brought with it numerous benefits, yet businesses have to put the work in to succeed, writes Quinton O’Reilly

A revolution growing from the home

A revolution growing from the home

From smart kettles to self-driving cars, the Internet of Things is all around us already, but how informed are you about it? Amanda Connolly looks at what you really need to know about our increasingly connected world

Taming the virtual server beast

Taming the virtual server beast

We may not be quite there yet, but composable infrastructure is already changing the way we manage servers, writes Aoife Valentine

Rethinking your market

Rethinking your market

Editor’s Letter

Why upskilling is a process and not a destination

Why upskilling is a process and not a destination

Róisín Kiberd on the need to keep upskilling as the speed of development accelerates

Changing clouds in a shifting landscape

Changing clouds in a shifting landscape

The cloud market is evolving rapidly and the pressure is on businesses to keep up. Ian Campbell talks to some of the many providers who are ready to help