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Small Businesses Embrace BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) – Infographic

60% of companies allow BYOD (bring your own devices) in the workplace, and another 14% intend to introduce BYOD policies within the next year, according to recent research. Studies indicate that BYOD offers benefits to both companies and their employees, though concerns remain about security. Orla Forrest from Neon SMS in Cork has put together […]

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What Do Businesses Care About?

We are currently in the midst of a general election campaign here in Ireland. The political parties and independent candidates and a variety of pressure groups and lobbyists are going to dominate the media (all of them) from now until the election day. But what do Irish businesses care about? What is their experience? As […]

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Facebook at 12 [Infographic]

Facebook is 12 years old today and it’s certainly made an impact. Tom Hopkins from One Productions, a video production company based in Dublin, has put together this infographic to mark the occasion. Video marketing and social media go hand in hand, and he says the following points are worth noting: 1.5 billion people use the main core Facebook service, […]

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Internet Growth and IPv4 Depletion

The guys over at ARIN have produced an interesting graphic that tracks the history of the internet’s growth and IPv4 address depletion. Yes, we are all out of IPv4 addresses now .. Related articles ARIN IPv4 Free Pool Reaches Zero (arin.net) North America is COMPLETELY OUT of new IPv4 addresses (go.theregister.com) ARIN Finally Runs Out […]

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The Importance of Women In Tech

I spoke on a panel at HostingCon a couple of weeks ago about diversity, gender equality and women in technology. So when this graphic landed in our inbox earlier today it caught my eye. It’s an interesting and pretty well researched piece from Next Generation Recruitment – click to enlarge:    

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