Dublin-based IT training firm IACT has invested €100,000 in developing an extension to help educate users of Microsoft Excel.
Irish SMEs are at risk of having their data held to ransom, writes Emmet Ryan.
Dublin-based broadband provider Host Ireland is to create ten new jobs before the end of 2014.
There have been shootouts, slaughters and snorefests, but finally the 2014 World Cup is coming to a close.
Consumer advocacy group Beoir has called for the government to include a ''sunset clause in proposed legislation to introduce a minimum price on alcohol.
Irish businesses need to take a genuine interest in order to succeed in the Chinese market.
Analytics in sports can do far more than improve elite performance: they're a way to help build up from the grass roots and improve the fan experience.
HP is back, proclaimed Bill Veghte, vice-president of HP enterprise group, at the company's recent convention in Las Vegas.