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: Ian Campbell Web-based applications are transforming basic business processes and start-ups are going to market without owning any IT infrastructure. How? Welcome to the platform as a service (PaaS)...Read now
As an accredited partner of Microsoft and Citrix, Ergo deploys the fruits of the V-Alliance, a partnership between the two vendors focused on delivering the next wave of virtualisation. The...Read now
According to a new campaign technologies ranging from mobile printing to cloud computing are placing an unprecedented premium on IT mangers' ‘soft skills'. The campaign which is being launched...Read now
Ergo has won a Managed Print Service contract worth €2.5m with ESB, Ireland’s leading electricity provider. As part of the three-year contract, 2,000 printers will be reduced to...Read now
John Purdy, Chief Executive Officer of Ireland’s leading professional IT services company Ergo, has been named ‘Person of the Year' at the ICT Excellence Awards in Dublin....Read now
John Purdy, Ergo CEO, sits in the hot seat of the NewsTalk Executive Chair. Bobby Kerr delves into the life of John as an entrepreneur, asking him about the early...Read now
Citrix Systems have recently announced that their overall revenues increased 18% in the last quarter to $491million, compared with $414million from the same period last year. They also report that net...Read now
By: Karrie Kehoe A survey recently published by Citrix Systems has revealed that 78% of Irish workers are now working outside the office each week. The study found that 38% of respondents...Read now
Ergo has completed the Microsoft Services Ready programme for SharePoint 2010, becoming one of only two IT service companies in Ireland to achieve the status in Microsoft’s collaboration and...Read now
Software giant Microsoft today announced a deal to buy internet telephone network Skype in a €5.9bn ($8.5bn) deal. The move to purchase the loss-making but popular Skype underlines Microsoft'...Read now