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Beast from the East: Using The Cloud to Work From Home Wednesday 28th February is a day most commuters and businesses won’t forget in a hurry! Met Éireann and the Office of Emergency Planning announced, Ned Stark style, that “Winter Is Coming” in the form of the Beast from the East and Storm Emma with […]

Recently I showed you which browser is best to use considering the speed test, however you still may feel a little cold regarding which to use. So now we are concluding which browsers to use by adding some more real world usage tests which include JavaScript and cold + hot starting browsers. You may be […]

Working from home is becoming more common in Ireland fueled by more flexible HR policies, improved broadband connectivity and cloud based applications such as a hosted PBX phone system. Working from home soars on days when severe weather warnings loom and transport workers are on strike. We chatted to a new customer of ours who […]

Browsers are a menial and boring thing to think about, do you really care what one can do better than the other or which uses more memory? I am here to tell you that you should care and you will by the end of this article. I will guide you through each browser that matters […]

The nightmare of transport system strikes is upon us again, striking when everything is getting back to normal after summer holidays. While many support the workers striking for fairer conditions it still doesn’t ease the nuisance of a disrupted commute. What is creating more havoc is the amount of strike action proposed by Dublin Bus: […]

Whether you’re innovating from Day 1 or Day 1001 it’s never too early or too late to make small innovative decisions. What is a Small Innovation? A small innovation can be anything from choosing to use recycled paper in an energy efficient printer to choosing a smarter cloud based phone system. Innovation comes in many […]

Many factors play into the broadband speed you’re getting; the type of broadband you have purchased, the provider, how close you are to an exchange, your devices and the software settings on your PC or phone. Here’s a list of changes that you can make that could improve your broadband speed. 1. Control Bandwidth Hogging […]

Why are so many smart business owners offering free wi-fi without any payback? Businesses who engage with their customers either by email or via social media generate 20% more revenue on the days that emails are sent versus the days that they are not – which would appear to make communicating with your customers a […]

There are lots of cybercrime and hacking terms that get thrown around but do you know what they mean? And do you know whether your business is protected from malware? First off malware is software that is written specifically to harm and infect a computer or a computer network. Malware has many forms including viruses, adware, […]

Stuart Borgman Director of Cyber Security Engineering for Palo Alto Networks will be exploring the evolution of cybercrime, fingerprinting attackers and more at the Cyber Security Briefing on June 15th in The Aviva Stadium. Register now to attend Magnet’s Cyber Security Briefing for free, book early as places are limited, breakfast included. The Roots of Cybercrime […]