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...
Staff Need to be Brought on-message as the System is Rolled out step-by-step, Writes Caroline Allen An increasing number of companies are looking to Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to deal...Read now
Embracing Cloud, BYOD and How to Remain Flexible are Key Messages at Croke Park Event By JJ Worrall Preaching the message that "life will never be the same again" for...Read now
For years, "write once, run anywhere" has been the dream of many developers and -- whether or not they knew it -- Windows customers who have wanted to share the...Read now
Though cloud services are maturing fast, issues remain around real cost savings and service level agreements, Ian Campbell reports. Technology companies expect revenue from cloud services to double in the...Read now
Ergo's George Dowling recommends a route to the cloud that delivers tangible benefits with little risk, writes Ian Campbell. After the initial confusion and false promises that were a...Read now
Ergo Chief Executive John Purdy urged organisations that were “punch drunk after many years cutting costs” to turn the corner and look at new ways to leverage technology...Read now
HP has just announced the release of its first laptop operating on Google’s Chrome OS. Chromebooks have been developed by Google and OEMs to bring easy-to-use, fast, secure...Read now
Some 760 new college places in ICT graduate skills conversion courses have been announced by Ireland’s Education Minister Ruairí Quinn, TD. The 760 new places bring to almost 6,000 the...Read now
The technology sector continues to be the most trusted sector of Irish society while Government, banking and financial services remain the least trusted sectors, according to the latest Edelman Trust...Read now
Microsoft’s own-branded Surface tablet computers based on Windows RT will arrive in its online store for 13 European markets, including Ireland, on 14 February. The tablet computer will ‘surface...Read now