• Cloud services: the integration problem November 13, 2019
    The development of cloud services has taken place so rapidly that is nearly impossible to keep abreast. The first successful applications delivered from the cloud not only enjoy rapid development, but the number of new tasks, capabilities and applications that are now being adapted for the model continues to amaze and delight. How about chatbot-as-a-service? […]
  • Google ponders shaming slow websites inside Chrome November 13, 2019
    Google this week said it may identify slow-loading websites in Chrome, shaming their developers to up their game. “In the future, Chrome may identify sites that typically load fast or slow for users with clear badging,” wrote a trio of Chrome developers – Addy Osmani, Ben Greenstein and Bryan McQuade – in a post to […]
  • Twitch Studio, Twitch’s easy-peasy streaming software for beginners, hits open beta November 13, 2019
    Anybody can become a Twitch star, but getting set up can be complicated, especially on the PC. While console gamers can start streaming quickly, configuring a Twitch stream on your PC involves using third party software, ensuring all your hardware is detected, wading through audio and video mixing, and more. It’s not that hard, but […]
  • Microsoft’s Windows 10 November 2019 Update goes live, but you have to seek it out November 13, 2019
    Microsoft began rolling out the Windows 10 November 2019 Update to ‘seekers’ on Tuesday, capping off a lengthy testing period on what is expected to be a fairly minor update. Microsoft typically rolls updates in two ways: to people who actively look for feature updates through the Windows Update tab, and through a more general […]
  • How much does it cost to launch a cyber-attack? November 13, 2019
    Companies spend big to defend their networks and assets from cyber threats. Kaspersky Labs has found security budgets within enterprises average around $9 million per year. On top of that, data breaches cost companies millions of dollars. Yet, cheap, relatively easy-to-use off-the-shelf hacking tools make the barrier to entry for cyber-criminals incredibly low. Cyber-attacks are cheaper than […]
  • Microsoft continues tradition of ‘big and bold’ bets for future November 13, 2019
    In association with Microsoft. Cloud computing was very much the focus of Microsoft’s TechX Summit in Dublin, in the context of a platform on which great things could be achieved. Digital transformation, new business models, new applications, leveraging new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and quantum computing, were all highlighted as […]
  • Triangle achieves platinum tier in 2019 Dell Technologies partner awards November 12, 2019
    Triangle today it has achieved the Platinum Solution Provider tier in Dell Technologies’ partner programme for 2019. Triangle achieved a significant revenue figure and demonstrated the company’s technical and sales certifications across areas including Dell HCI, servers and backup solutions. “We are proud to hold the Platinum level of partnership with Dell Technologies,” said Michelle […]
  • Pulseway launches mobile remote-control feature to boost security and accessibility November 12, 2019
    Pulseway, the mobile-first, cloud-first remote monitoring and management (RMM) software provider, has launched a new mobile remote-control feature that is built directly into its iOS and Android apps. Now Pulseway customers can control remote systems seamlessly, as if they were right in front of them. The apps new feature enables simple, reliable and fluid remote […]
  • Zoho launches WorkDrive to put greater focus on teamwork November 12, 2019
    Zoho has overhauled its cloud-based file management platform, placing greater emphasis on team collaboration and offering a single repository for documents across its portfolio of apps. The company, which sells a range of office productivity and line-of-business applications, has offered Zoho Docs as its main file management tool for storing and accessing documents such as […]
  • Irish company CareWorks acquired by Advanced November 12, 2019
    Irish health and care company, CareWorks, has been acquired by Advanced. Financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed. Headquartered in Dublin, CareWorks provides cloud-based case management software for health and social care organisations including Tusla. Its solutions are used by three million citizens and 50,000 care professionals and clinicians. Care professionals use Advanced’s […]