Advances in technology can easily end up being double-edged swords. Cloud technology that frees us from geographical constraints, such as smartphones and video chat, can wind up enabling us to work longer and harder than before.
Posts Tagged ‘cloud computing’
Because of the recent growth in the number of smartphone users browsing the Internet on their mobile devices, it’s likely that many 2013 marketing efforts will focus on the phenomenon of mobile marketing.
Anne Brady of Dublin based practice, Anne Brady McQuillans DFK, was one of the first Irish accountancy practices to move completely to the cloud two years ago. In this interview, I ask about her experiences of moving the practice to the cloud and the operational benefits that it brings.
Well, UK accountancy practice, Richard Place Dobson has long since embraced the paperless office and for the past three months one of their senior practice accountants, Jennifer Watson, has worked for this UK firm from her home in the south-east of Ireland. This interview looks at how virtual working actually works, both from the perspective of the employer and the employee.
Mobile technology presents a whole new range of possibilities for digitally building a business. This interview looks at using an app to generate sales leads.
Do you struggle with Productivity? Are you unsure what IT systems you should have in place? Would you like some insight into what may work as an alternative to the traditional systems? Well then, this might just be the post for you!
Virtual offices are a great way of giving your business capabilities in excess of your own internal capabilities. But there are numerous ways of creating a virtual office – not all of which involve using a managed service provider…
The leaders of Ireland’s IT sector lined up in significant numbers at the new Aviva Stadium on Tuesday 18th May to attend the launch of EuroCloud Ireland, the Irish branch of an European Cloud Computing organisation.
Don’t worry if you don’t understand what Cloud Computing is. You’re not meant to. By its nature a cloud of any type is something vague or ill-defined.
You’ve probably been called ‘Head in the Clouds’ yourself, it is a key entrepreneurial trait. It seems we were right all along.