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Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

From drone regulations to the success of start-ups in Ireland, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts . . .

Aphix and Intact Software collaboration helps boost Irish ecommerce

Aphix and Intact Software collaboration helps boost Irish ecommerce

Arralis secures €400k Tyndall deal

Arralis secures €400k Tyndall deal

Microsoft warns of risks posed by staff’s poor security habits

Microsoft warns of risks posed by staff’s poor security habits

Mizoguchi takes over at Canon

Mizoguchi takes over at Canon

Robot wars: interest increases in school competition

Robot wars: interest increases in school competition

VC investment in Irish tech drops

VC investment in Irish tech drops

Environment on the agenda for Panasonic

Environment on the agenda for Panasonic

Limerick for Engineering Showcase returns

Limerick for Engineering Showcase returns

Ever changing faces

Ever changing faces

The area of big data and business analytics is now more than the sum of its parts, covering different territories and uncovering new opportunities, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Staying flexible

Staying flexible

In more ways than one, enterprise mobility has now put the power in the hands of the employees, so businesses having the necessary measures in place is now the norm, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Bringing it all together

Bringing it all together

Using virtualisation techniques, hyper-converged infrastructure combines storage, computing and networking, designed to be run as a single system. Jason Walsh explores its potential to simplify managing networking, servers and storage

Burning bright or burning out?

Burning bright or burning out?

There’s a difference between being driven and driving yourself or your employees into the ground. With workplace absences as a result of stress and burnout on the rise, Amanda Connolly looks at what’s causing this trend and how to combat it

Why IoT and data security need to go hand in hand

Why IoT and data security need to go hand in hand

With smart cities and 5G coming down the line, security needs to be top of the agenda when it comes to the Internet of Things, writes Aoife Valentine

Journey to the centre of the business

Journey to the centre of the business

Ireland is an established data hub, but as the evolution of next-generation data centres continues apace and the impact of cloud, co-location and virtualisation is felt, where will the data centre sector take enterprise IT? Jason Walsh reports