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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

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

From wearable technology to smart meters in Ireland, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts...

Efficiency is always fashionable

Efficiency is always fashionable

The need to get more out of existing technology is driving increased interest in infrastructure optimisation, but what is at stake and what can be gained by rethinking the way a company organises its technology?

The business of influence

The business of influence

In the past five years, influencer marketing has grown from being worth an estimated $500 million to approximately $5 billion. With such large-scale growth, Amanda Connolly looks at whether the industry is at saturation point or are there still opportunities for businesses to capitalise on?

Ending the paper chase

Ending the paper chase

Outsourcing document and print functions to a third-party managed service provider provides security, as well as the operational certainly of a regular, monthly spend. And then there’s the GDPR. But new technologies are also driving managed print services

Buyer’s Guide: Mid-price laptops, tablets and convertibles

Buyer’s Guide: Mid-price laptops, tablets and convertibles

Whether it’s for business or personal use, you don’t always have to spend top dollar to get a well-specced device. There are plenty of appealing mid-budget options from the big names. Stephen Errity picks out some of the best on the market

Wherever you may roam

Wherever you may roam

Where we work is changing, but making that work is a challenge. Emmet Ryan headed to Arranmore, off the coast of Donegal, to see how that community is making it work along with speaking to others empowering working anywhere

Will shirking benefits still provide returns?

Will shirking benefits still provide returns?

Are you curious enough to get involved in a start-up? Fiona Alston reports on the positives of taking the plunge into start-up land and discusses how permanent positions are no longer the be all and end all

Different directions

Different directions

Ecommerce is heading in exciting directions for both businesses and consumers, yet, in some cases, the basics need to be embraced, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Bits of everything

Bits of everything

Effective data storage and back-up remain a key element of every organisation’s ICT strategy, but as the volume and types of data expand - explode even - and the speed at which data is generated increases, how can enterprises choose which solution is right for them?