Ergo CEO, John Purdy, speaks to the Irish Times where he discusses Ergo's continued surge towards €100m revenue...
CEO of Ergo, John Purdy, features in TechPro's 'Visions 2018 Report', where he explains the importance of driving your business...
Ergo today proudly announce it has won the 2013 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Award for Ireland. This is the third time in four years that Ergo has had this...Read now
The many different moving parts within an IT resourcing relationship call for the implementation of careful planning. Dermot Corrigan reports As different people, complex technologies and sometimes varied cultures or...Read now
When a risk-adverse financial services firm with a sophisticated IT department opts for Office 365, you know that Microsoft's cloud servics have matured significantly, writes Ian Cambell Goodbody has...Read now
IT services companies like Ergo have found a role on the frontline of cloud services. In thier armoury is Microsoft Office 365, writes Ian Cambell For the best part of...Read now
We are delighted to have been awarded the ICT Excellence Award for Managed Service Company of the Year 2013. The award was presented at a gala dinner in the Ballsbridge...Read now
Ergo are thrilled to be shortlisted for three ICT Excellence Awards this year: Managed Service Company of the Year Best Place to Work in IT IT Project of the Year ...Read now
Many Irish businesses are adopting new interactive digital technologies which are saving them money, enhancing their business offering and opening access to new markets. This is a view shared by...Read now
As voice becomes another enterprise application, Microsoft and its partners are positioning themselves to become a major player in the communications market, writes lan Campbell At 20-20...Read now
Ergo Wins Best Managed Company and Best Medium Sized Workplace Awards Ergo, Ireland’s leading professional IT services company, has won two separate awards in the past week, highlighting...Read now
Global spending on hosted private cloud services will be more than US$24bn by 2016, IDC has predicted. The sector will grow at a compound annual rate of 50pc a year...Read now