Onder Deger, Senior Cloud Consultant and Microsoft Azure MVP, sits down ahead of the 2018 Microsoft Tech Summit where he'll...
Is your business cloud-ready yet? Managed Services Managing Director at Ergo, Jimmy Sheahan, speaks to Alex Meehan in this...
The vast majority of business processes started out life on paper; even those which we now take for granted as being online or electronic. The card payment terminal in a...Read now
Getting buy-in and user adoption for an IT project within a company is often more challenging than businesses expect. According to the research house Gartner, about 70 percent of IT projects...Read now
The management and staff of Ergo are committed to a policy which strives for excellence in the quality of the products and services which we provide to our customers. As...Read now
The GAA and Microsoft have announced a new strategic technology agreement between both organisations today. This agreement will see the GAA migrate to Microsoft Office365, enabling the Association to meet...Read now
When insurance and pension provider Irish Life decided to change from an expensive mainframe platform to save money and improve efficiencies, it turned to HP and Ergo. Irish Life...Read now
By 2015, Microsoft's San Antonio, Texas, data centre could be be powered by electricity produced by a new wind-farm project called Keechi in Texas that RES Americas will develop. Greenpeace...Read now
The continuing strong demand from employers for people with highlevel ICT skills across the economy could lead to 44,500 new job openings arising from expansion and replacement demand over the next...Read now
Software giant Microsoft is preparing to unleash a wave of new enterprise cloud services that will complement Office 365 and other services. The wave of products cover self-service data centre infrastructure,...Read now
Integrating legacy equipment can be done when adopting a UC solution, but it may not be advisable, writes JJ Worrall. Legacy equipment can be utilised in a unified communications (UC)...Read now
Forty-one per cent of Irish companies plan to raise their spending on ICT over the next year, with 36pc of IT managers citing business or competitive advantage as the top...Read now