Quinton O'Reilly

Quinton O'Reilly

Working from the top down to ensure data compliance

Working from the top down to ensure data compliance

With GDPR fast approaching, larger organisations should make sure they have buy-in from all areas, especially from executive level, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Have a visible plan in place for GDPR

Have a visible plan in place for GDPR

GDPR is arriving soon, but when and after it comes into effect, there’s one word that you should keep in mind in your work: demonstration, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Blockchain begins

Blockchain begins

After the hype has died down, the question isn’t what’s next for blockchain, but how can it realise its potential, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Embrace the future of learning with interactive technology

Embrace the future of learning with interactive technology

Sony Professional is introducing new classroom tools to take advantage of today’s tech-savvy students, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Getting your house in order for GDPR

Getting your house in order for GDPR

In a matter of weeks, new regulations will shake up data privacy as we know it. Successful preparation is all about knowing your business, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Working out the kinks

Working out the kinks

As a resource for the wider business community, Republic of Work’s first year was just as much about learning as it was about setting the foundations, writes Quinton O’Reilly

The right toolkit for the job

The right toolkit for the job

As we move closer to GDPR becoming a reality, ERS is using one of its key tools to help companies keep on top of their obligations, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Do you know where your data is?

Do you know where your data is?

Since the hype died down, the Internet of Things is starting to get its breath back and become focused on the enterprise side of things, writes Quinton O’Reilly

A good way of Life

A good way of Life

As the leading provider of employee benefits here, Irish Life has picked up a lot from IGTE and will continue to implement these lessons, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Opening up the plumbing of bank payments

Opening up the plumbing of bank payments

The Revised Payment Service Directive (PSD2) could change the way we all do business, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Bringing business back home

Bringing business back home

The Ireland Gateway to Europe initiative, which offers support to US companies looking to set up in this country, is more important than ever given the global challenges facing us

Tracking the Elephant in the room

Tracking the Elephant in the room

Companies are always looking for ways to become more efficient, and time management software is stepping up to the challenge, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Ireland programmed for rapid development

Ireland programmed for rapid development

Since opening its office in Dublin in 2012, Hubspot has grown exponentially and sees Ireland as an integral part of its ambitious plans to expand further, writes Quinton O’Reilly

How to retain the talent? Get in the middle of a chain reaction

How to retain the talent? Get in the middle of a chain reaction

Ireland’s tech sector is moving from merely providing support to creating its own services – ...

A different way of doing business

A different way of doing business

You may be familiar with software-as-a-service, but what about talent-as-a-service? It could end up being a common feature of work in the future, writes Quinton O’Reilly