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One of the biggest worries for many small and medium-sized firms is how they can ensure their sensitive data will be safe when it is not stored on their own servers.
38% of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ireland are either already using or have plans to adopt cloud computing technologies in their business, according to research announced today by the market leader in accounts and payroll software, Sage Ireland.
Do you use Gmail or Google Apps for Business? If so, then you may have noticed that Documents is now called Drive. Don’t panic just take your seat, buckle up and let’s go for a Google Drive.
Liam Mullaney (CEO, Sage Ireland) will be taking part in the panel discussion about ‘Accelerating Cloud Adoption’. Watch our video of Liam talking about cloud adoption and Sage Cloud.
Is Cloud Computing the latest IT fad in an industry more fashion driven than women’s clothing? Or, is it, as the cliché has it, a paradigm shifter?
As published in the Sunday Business Post on 25th March 2012. Businesses need to become more agile to survive and thrive in the emerging new economy. The last few years have all been about battening down the hatches, scrutinising the cost base and trying to make more savings. But with the ESRI forecasting some growth […]
Our Facebook community participated in our first live Facebook Lunch & Learn on 16th February. The theme of the chat was ‘The Business Benefits of Cloud Software’.
Patricia McGrath, Marketing Manager at Sage discusses how a marketing brief turned into floating Sage Clouds over Dublin.
Sage Ireland is a finalist in the Digital Media Awards in the Cloud Innovation Category. Our product Sage One, an accounting and payroll cloud solution, was announced as a finalist on February 6th.