Patrick Murtagh

Patrick Murtagh

Getting smart to build the future

Getting smart to build the future

Construction has been called Ireland’s least digitised sector, and that has serious implications for the industry to deliver the projects of the future, the Digital Construction Summit has heard, writes Patrick Murtagh

Improving the outlook for Ireland’s health service

Improving the outlook for Ireland’s health service

The 14th National Health Summit hears that funding and reform must be implemented side by side in order to guarantee a health system that works for everyone, writes Patrick Murtagh

Getting smart about power

Getting smart about power

The Power Summit, in Croke Park last week, looked at the future of power and how we can best use our own resources as we move into the era of smart energy, writes Patrick Murtagh

Meeting the GDPR challenge

Meeting the GDPR challenge

At the second GDPR Summit last week, businesses discovered that now is the time for them to be looking at the data they have, the legal basis with which they acquired it, and how it is being processed.

Voices from the summit

Voices from the summit

“The key challenge facing Ireland today is how to deliver a properly functioning housing system...

The top-down approach to our property problem

The top-down approach to our property problem

Experts gathered at The Sunday Business Post residential property summit to discuss the housing market and its attendant issues

Making our mental health system fit for purpose

Making our mental health system fit for purpose

At this year’s Mental Health Summit, attendees heard why reform and a change in how we speak about mental health in Ireland are both needed, writes Patrick Murtagh

Ireland must follow the leaders on tech

Ireland must follow the leaders on tech

Government 3.0 Summit in Croke Park hears how the Irish government is underachieving in the digital space

Building a city, a country and the future

Building a city, a country and the future

Creating a planning vision that will stand the test of time, attracting more women into the industry, and tackling the housing crisis were the topics at hand at the Construction Industry Federation annual conference

It’s time for Ireland to get into the electric car

It’s time for Ireland to get into the electric car

Ditching fossil-fuel vehicles could help us meet our carbon emissions targets, according to experts at this week’s Electric Vehicle Summit in Croke Park

The trials and errors of GDPR compliance

The trials and errors of GDPR compliance

When the General Data Protection Regulation is introduced next May, individuals will get control back of their personal data, but for companies, it means being prepared and compliant

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