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.

Economit’s London Plans Revealed

By Mike Donoghue

Further to a number of recent articles, we can confirm that Economit are actively pursuing a base in London and hope to be established there by mid 2016. We have seen a gap in the London market for the services that Economit provide and are dedicated to bringing our expertise to this vast, untapped market. With the move to new, […]

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The Remote World of an Office Manager

By Mike Donoghue

Being an Office Manager is a bit like being a parent, each day throws up new challenges and you either learn quickly, on the go, or you’ll end your day sitting in a corner, hugging your phone. One day I can be updating our social media, creating a tender evaluation or typing up notes and […]

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ISO 9001… at last!

By Mike Donoghue

One of the key deliverables of my role with Economit has been securing ISO 9001 certification. Having begun our ISO journey by reviewing the key stages of our core service activities: Outsourced IT Director, Project Management and Independent IT Assessments, we created a set of processes and actions that were standardised, customer focused and we […]

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We are proud to be Cyber Essentials certified!

By Mike Donoghue

Cyber Essentials is a UK government scheme encouraging organisations to adopt good practice in information security. One of the primary objectives of the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Strategy is to make the UK a safer place to conduct business online.

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The (real life) Social Network

By Mike Donoghue

Being part of a company where we champion and encourage the use of technology to make business and work life better, I am obviously a fan of social media. Whether it be the snapshot of life you get from Instagram, the constant feed of insight from Twitter or the ease of staying in contact through […]

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What IS a CIO? And why so misunderstood?

By Mike Donoghue

The role and responsibilities of a CIO (Chief Information Officer) or IT Director as it is more commonly referred to in the UK is one that is often both misunderstood and maligned. This is in contrast to a CFO (the person who looks after the purse strings), CEO (the person who is overall responsible for […]

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