Following on from their announcement of 100 new jobs last January, Ergo has been named again as a Deloitte Best Managed...
Ergo is delighted to announce our membership of the SimplyVital Health Nexus Blockchain consortium. Ergo are a hub for innovation...
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
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