Craig Tait

Craig Tait

'Culture key in governments' shift to digital'

'Culture key in governments' shift to digital'

Getting to grips with the implications of digital operating models is the main challenge for the public sector, says CCL chief Jos Creese

Robert Llewellyn: 'Electric cars are simply a better technology'

Robert Llewellyn: 'Electric cars are simply a better technology'

Over a 10-year lifespan electric cars are cheaper than fossil burning vehicles, says Red Dwarf star

Half of small to mid-sized companies not ready for data privacy laws

Half of small to mid-sized companies not ready for data privacy laws

Privacy expert Paul Jordan says that as with any changes to an existing regulation, acknowledgement, acceptance and adoption can be a slow process – the GDPR is no exception

Establishing a culture of compliance - why does it matter?

Establishing a culture of compliance - why does it matter?

GDPR must become embedded in company practice, says data protection officer

'GDPR is about the rights of the consumer - and that's how it should be'

'GDPR is about the rights of the consumer - and that's how it should be'

New regulations will actually help businesses become more efficient, says leading data protection officer

GDPR: 'For many organisations, the challenge is where to get started'

GDPR: 'For many organisations, the challenge is where to get started'

To become a compliant organisation takes time, and if you haven’t started already you should get started now

GDPR awareness is key

GDPR awareness is key

Companies need to take a proactive role in GDPR

Understanding what’s changing under GDPR

Understanding what’s changing under GDPR

Consent will remain a basis for processing personal data - but there will be stricter rules around its use, says data protection consultant

'GDPR will drive huge change posing a challenge for large companies'

'GDPR will drive huge change posing a challenge for large companies'

Smaller companies and organisations may also struggle to implement the crucial changes required, warns data company boss

'I hope by 2027 will have a stable, sensibly-funded, well-invested Irish real estate market'

'I hope by 2027 will have a stable, sensibly-funded, well-invested Irish real estate market'

With a resurgence in development over the past three years, construction cost inflation is a real concern, warns Michael McElligott

IOT: Dynamic farming, flood warnings and remote elderly care

IOT: Dynamic farming, flood warnings and remote elderly care

Exciting innovations will create great local cottage industries for every type of community, says top designer

Irish commercial property sector 'more sophisticated and sustainable'

Irish commercial property sector 'more sophisticated and sustainable'

Burlington Real Estate's John Bruder sees lack of residential supply and capacity constraints as challenges

The main Brexit risks for the food and drink sector

The main Brexit risks for the food and drink sector

Labour, regulation and trade three chief worries, says compliance expert Hilary Ross

'Demand for flexible workspace will continue to increase'

'Demand for flexible workspace will continue to increase'

Modern companies need more flexibility to react to changing conditions, says Clare Kelly of Glandore

'Enormous challenges' in regional commercial property sector

'Enormous challenges' in regional commercial property sector

Creating financially viable projects the main challenge, says Tuohy O'Toole director Gerard O'Toole