When the upgrade path for critical systems pointed to the cloud, Limerick Golf Club looked to Ripplecom. With robust data in place, opting for ‘Spica’ Ripplecom’s VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephony was the next logical step.
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As the Government’s Future Jobs Ireland framework commits to a national consultation on the extension of flexible working options to all employees, Ripplecom explains how a move to VoIP telephony can help businesses to facilitate a changing work landscape.
January payday. Possibly the most eagerly anticipated date of the new year for employees. Probably the first meaningful engagement with Revenue’s real-time reporting for many finance teams. ‘PAYE modernisation’ became an operational reality on 1 January 2019. Month-end looms as the litmus test of the new regime for everyone running monthly payrolls.
Ripplecom has retained its status as a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Accredited Employer with Engineers Ireland until 2022.The accreditation is the national CPD standard for engineering-led employers. Ripplecom is the only telecoms operator to hold the accreditation.
The latest in network resilient technology has been installed into one of Dublin’s oldest buildings. The Orion autofailover, engineered by Ripplecom, will support the busy VoIP telephone system in the visitor centre of Christ Church Cathedral.
The iconic Shannon Rowing Club premises on Sarsfield Bridge leads a double life. Since the building was commissioned in 1902 it has served, first and foremost, as a clubhouse for the city’s oldest rowing club.
Orion, the autofailover engineered in-house by telecommunications company, Ripplecom, has been named ‘IT Project of the Year’ for the SME sector at the 2018 Tech Excellence Awards. Fresh from this success, Ripplecom has launched a recruitment drive for IT channel partners to introduce Orion to their customers.
As featured in Accountancy Ireland, August 2018. Connectivity exposure is the new IT risk many businesses are ignoring at their peril. Utter dependence on a single telecoms circuit for connectivity is the IT risk that the vast majority of Irish businesses are ignoring.