Karl O'Dea, Account Manager at Ergo, discusses why GDPR will effect your company's print estate in unimiaginable...
Phil Ryan, Ergo's CRM Solutions Manager, features in the Sunday Business Post where he discusses the importance of assessing...
Thirty eight per cent of CIOs believe that buying desktops will become obsolete in the next five years, according to a survey from Intrinsic Technology. The surveyed CIOs were from...Read now
Last month, Ergo held a table quiz and raffle with the objective of raising much needed funds for the Children’s Sunshine Home & LauraLynn House, Ergo’s...Read now
Mobile workers in Ireland will represent 57% of the total working population by 2016 or 1.4 million people, up from 48% in 2011 according to an IDC executive brief sponsored by O2. The brief, Joined...Read now
By: Dermot Corrigan Any Irish-based companies looking to improve or upgrade their telephone systems must now at least consider leveraging the benefits offered by emerging unified communications (UC) solutions. Depending...Read now
By: Siobhán Brett Managed services is not a onesize-fits-all solution, but a valuable, flexible system of operating IT that can be implemented by businesses at any level. That...Read now
By: John Kennedy Driven by smartphones, ultrabooks and iPads, the consumerisation of IT is driving a whole new trend in workplaces of today – bring your own device (BYOD).] Do...Read now
The Ergo Group is recruiting 18 people immediately with a further 12 positions coming on stream within months and another 50 by 2015. Bucking the economic trend, Ergo, one of Ireland’s fastest...Read now
At the Great Place to Work 10th Annual Awards Ceremony on the 22nd of February 2012, Ergo were named as one of the “Best Medium-sized Workplaces” in Ireland. ...Read now
By: Linda Daly Companies must take a bottom-up approach when adopting a customer relationship management (CRM) system, according to Neil Young, Solutions Architect, Ergo Software Solutions. Failure to involve staff...Read now
Ergo has been selected to participate in a major government framework for managed print services, expected to generate savings of up to €44 million over the next two years. ...Read now