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.

Getting Cyber Security Right

By Mike Donoghue

It goes without saying that cyber security is the tech theme of the moment. Yahoo! just had 1 billion accounts hacked the other day and there will no doubt be further high profile victims ready and waiting to be sprung in the media shortly. It’s inevitable. No individual or organisation is really completely safe. And […]

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New Year, a New Approach to IT Budgets

By Mike Donoghue

Planning for an upcoming budget can be a daunting and unwelcome task at the best of times. Especially IT budgets. For businesses that operate without executive level technology input, planning for an IT budget could be almost seen as an impossibility. I don’t mean to discredit the many Finance Directors out there who have overall […]

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Managing Director, Mike Donoghue’s Amazing Team

By Mike Donoghue

Economit’s extremely busy Joint Managing Director Mike, finds time to coach the GB Wushu Team to 8 medals in the European Championships. We are extremely proud of @MJDonoghue & the GB Wushu team for coming home with 8 medals at the #EWUF championships! pic.twitter.com/eILeUlWhVO — Economit (@EconomitLtd) May 19, 2016

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Better Project Management

By Mike Donoghue

As is customary for the timing of Economit ‘new starter’ blogs I am writing this as I am just coming up to the six-month point of my employment. I suppose the advantage with being this late in writing is that it has given me the opportunity to better take stock of everything… from my role, […]

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Why is Digital Transformation important to businesses?

By Mike Donoghue

To predict the evolution of technology would be great wouldn’t it?! Let’s face it we’d all like to be a Mark Zuckerberg or Steve Jobs but even some of the greats slipped up from time to time. Bill Gates once said “Two years from now, spam will be solved…” not quite Bill, some may say […]

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Does your A team know your plan A?

By Mike Donoghue

A business cannot function effectively without staff buying in to its technology strategy. A cultural understanding and knowledge of how individuals should utilise a company’s chosen tech tools for optimum performance is key. Whether inputting data, writing word documents, creating applications or supporting the infrastructure; technology should work to increase individual performance as well as […]

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