Mike Donoghue

Mike co-founded Economit in September 2011. Working as a Fractional CIO for Economit’s clients, Mike is very much at the forefront of the business.

How to carry out an IT Audit

By Mike Donoghue

How to carry out an IT Audit You may not think you need one – in fact 62% of IT professionals have revealed how employers don’t regularly perform security audits until something goes wrong – however, IT audits are essential to EVERY business. Not only do they ensure that your IT systems and procedures remain […]

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The best cloud computing service for your business

By Mike Donoghue

The words ‘Cloud computing’ and ‘Cloud storage’ are thrown around a lot, but if you were to ask people what it was, many wouldn’t be able to give you a clear answer. For instance, they might be conscious that they are a more secure way to store documents as they aren’t attached to your computer […]

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What Is Digital Transformation And How Can Your Business Do It Successfully?

By Mike Donoghue

What is digital transformation? Digital transformation – to put it simply – occurs when you implement technological changes to your business, operations and workforce with the intention of making the process more efficient, effective, data driven and agile. This can vary from trying something new to modifying/re-imagining existing business processes, culture and customer experiences. You […]

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New Clients, Accreditations and Ventures – An Update on what Economit has been up to.

By Mike Donoghue

The last couple of months have been an extremely busy time for Economit in terms of onboarding new clients, obtaining accreditations and delivering a premium service to existing clients. A really profound aspect of this past couple of months is the new data protection regulation (GDPR). I’ve recently become the Virtual DPO to 3 new, […]

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Computing

By Mike Donoghue

Cloud computing can be simply described as the action of taking services and moving them outside of an organisation’s local servers or personal devices to access them via the internet. The services are usually used and paid for on an as-needed or pay-per-use basis. The Key Types of Cloud Computing Public Cloud These are owned […]

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The Biggest Error SME’s make in IT Judgement

By Mike Donoghue

SME organisations that don’t operate in the technology sector, as a rule generally don’t employ technical staff that have the ability to question the IT status quo or make positive decisions in the best interests of the company they represent. In fact, most SME’s tend to outsource their IT support to external providers and heavily […]

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