WannaCry Ransomware Attack: What You Need to Know 

One of the biggest global cyberattacks ever crippled about 200,000 computers in 150 countries at the weekend. So-called ‘ransomware’ is a kind of malware that blocks access to a computer or certain data on it.  The criminals behind the ransomware then demand that the owner of the computer (and / or its data) pay money […]

Data Protection and Staying Safe

Data protection and security is something that has been talked about a lot lately, especially with the roll-out of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming right around the corner in 2018. Why is it important though? How does it matter to your company, business, or organisation? It is important not to underestimate the impact that […]

Google’s Small Business Supplier Ireland Programme Launch

Last week Computerology headed down to Google’s Foundry building to check out the launch of their new Small Business Supplier Ireland programme to see what it was all about! The event was organised by Google with a focus on engaging with small, diverse Irish businesses. Attended by over 100 people the programme launch had a positive community response and garnered much […]

New Office, New Faces!

Well, this has been a busy week for Computerology! We have officially moved offices and are now located much closer to the heart of city centre. Located in Dublin 8, near the Rialto area, it is a good fit for Computerology and we are excited to be here! We have also welcomed a new addition […]

Welcome to our new intern, Nelly!

Here at Computerology we recognise the benefits of giving back to the industry and helping out where we can. With this in mind we continue to give opportunities to the rising stars of IT through our internship programme. We’d like to welcome our newest member to the Computerology team, intern Nelly Wilson. Nelly comes to […]