Chief Technical Officer at Ergo, Steve Blanche, recognises how rapidly the cloud market is shifting, and can see where the...
Matthew McCann, MPS Sales Director at Ergo, features in Connected magazine, where he explains to Jason Walsh the emphasis...
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
Microsoft Ireland has partnered with textbook publisher CJ Fallon to deliver school books via the Windows Azure Programme. By the beginning of the 2012 school year parents will be able to...Read now
By: Ian Campbell The experience of IT services companies such as Ergo suggests the cloud is where Irish businesses are heading. At the frontline of business technology in Ireland, IT...Read now
In an ambitious event that showcased cloud computing and its promise for business, Ergo declared 2011 Year Zero, the year of cloud. The "Year Zero - New Ways of Working" event...Read now
By: John Kennedy With ultrabooks likely to make up 40pc of notebooks that will ship next year, 2012 will be the year of the ultrabook. The director of Intel Labs Europe...Read now
Ian Campbell was host and moderator at Year Zero. Here he blogs on his impressions of the event. Over 150 IT professionals from every conceivable kind of Irish organisation descended on...Read now