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...
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The first step in fighting off cyber criminals successfully is to know your enemy, writes Róisín Kiberd Cyber criminals only need to get lucky once. Make...Read now
Jimmy Sheahan, Chief Technical Officer at Ergo provides TechPro with his predictions for ICT in 2016 Prediction number 1: Digital business drivers will shape ICT investments ICT investments will be driven more...Read now
‘Work is what you do, not where you are’ is not just a mantra — it’s a sign that you need to adapt. With a growing...Read now
CRM never faltered during the downturn, but business is really picking up now, writes Alex Meehan. The economic turn-around taking place in Ireland means it’s a good time...Read now
No longer tentative, customers are adopting more and more workloads Cloud computing is moving into its second generation, with all the advantages and challenges that brings, according to Jimmy Sheahan...Read now
A smarter and more transparent service is the Ergo promise as it takes its offering outside of Ireland Ergo has been a pioneer in managed print services in Ireland, landing...Read now
Patients with epilepsy will be among the first to trial individual health identifiers, a unique number which will eventually be given to every person in the State to track them...Read now
After six months of beta availability, the service is coming out, with more updates on the horizon. Microsoft’s Power BI data visualisation and business intelligence service will be...Read now