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Young blood: The 30 under 30 to watch in Irish tech

Young blood: The 30 under 30 to watch in Irish tech

Now in its fourth year, Connected has searched far and wide to find the 30 most interesting people in Irish tech. Emmet Ryan introduces you to the faces of change

Smart moves

Smart moves

Stephen Errity rounds up some of the latest arrivals to the fast-moving smartphone market, including devices from Sony, Apple, Samsung, Google and Huawei

VoIP up your life

VoIP up your life

With faster broadband and reliable cloud infrastructure, VoIP is ready to become the standard in enterprise communication, writes Quinton O’Reilly

One green step

One green step

Ahead of the launch of Ireland’s national space strategy and with the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 approaching, Amanda Connolly looks to the stars

We need somebody with a human touch

We need somebody with a human touch

Everybody needs security, reports Fiona Alston, as we look at why leaderships skills are becoming more brain than brawn and how women’s instincts are suited to the world of cyber security

Venture capital funding falls by 41 per cent in Q1

Venture capital funding falls by 41 per cent in Q1

Swedish royals visit Ericsson in Athlone

Swedish royals visit Ericsson in Athlone

Cyber Ireland launches Cyber Security Cluster

Cyber Ireland launches Cyber Security Cluster

Google opens new security centre in Munich

Google opens new security centre in Munich

Google announces Adopt a Startup line-up

Google announces Adopt a Startup line-up

MathWorks continues to build its Galway presence

MathWorks continues to build its Galway presence

Young Scientists 2020 launched

Young Scientists 2020 launched

All the clouds in the sky

All the clouds in the sky

Around 84 per cent of enterprises describe their IT infrastructure as ‘multi-cloud’ (RightScale 2019) and 90 per cent of companies have some part of their applications or infrastructure in the cloud (IDC 2018). But why? What is the goal of utilising multiple cloud providers and how should it be done? Jason Walsh reports

Editor’s Letter: Somebody’s got to save our hides

Editor’s Letter: Somebody’s got to save our hides

Let’s get to work

Let’s get to work

As Ireland sets ambitious renewable energy targets for 2020 and 2030, Aoife Valentine considers how industry can play its part