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Comtrade Digital Services opens new global headquarters in Dublin

Comtrade Digital Services opens new global headquarters in Dublin

Comtrade Digital Services is part of the global Comtrade Solutions Group, which has its main base in Slovenia and has had a presence in Ireland since 2001

Big Red chief lands top All Star award

Big Red chief lands top All Star award

Marc O’Dwyer, chief executive of Big Red Cloud, took the CEO of the Year award at the Business All Star awards

Amgen to offer 13,500 Irish students hands-on lab experience

Amgen to offer 13,500 Irish students hands-on lab experience

The Amgen Foundation has announced an expansion of its Amgen Biotech Experience (ABE) programme in partnership with University College Dublin (UCD) and Dublin City University (DCU)

Arkphire awarded HP Platinum Partner Status

Arkphire awarded HP Platinum Partner Status

HP Platinum Partner Status is the highest level of accreditation in the HP Partner Programme, with less than 1 per cent of HP Partners achieving such recognition on an annual basis

Software superstars lined up for this year’s RebelCon

Software superstars lined up for this year’s RebelCon

Following the success of last year’s sell-out inaugural RebelCon, the event is being run over two days in Cork in June to accommodate demand at a boom time for the software industry in the region

Lumenia on cloud nine after ERP HeadtoHead

Lumenia on cloud nine after ERP HeadtoHead

The ninth ERP HeadtoHead event held at the Doubletree by Hilton Milton Keynes in Britain survived the Beast from the East and proved one of the few big events to succeed throughout the spring malaise

Role models vital to encourage women into Stem - Microsoft

Role models vital to encourage women into Stem - Microsoft

To mark Girls in ICT Day last month, Microsoft released research showing the critical importance of role models in generating interest in Stem among young girls in Ireland

Exam standards dominate Shakespeare searches

Exam standards dominate Shakespeare searches

MacBeth was the most searched Shakespeare play, followed by Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, Hamlet and The Merchant of Venice

Breaking down compliance

Breaking down compliance

With the deadline to GDPR looming, Spearline Risk & Compliance is helping businesses on a national and international level, break it down into easy to complete steps

Surf’s up on ePayments

Surf’s up on ePayments

Consumer demands, start-up opportunities and speedy simple solutions for SMEs, the ePayments space is somewhere we should all breach, reports Fiona Alston

The brightest heaven of invention

The brightest heaven of invention

An actor, a comic, a musician and a painter. Emmet Ryan meets four Irish people who are seeing technology change the way they work

Planning for when disaster strikes

Planning for when disaster strikes

Getting a business back online after a disaster is all very well, but without business continuity planning the reputational damage could be so severe that there is scarcely a business left to recover, writes Jason Walsh

What we miss in plain sight

What we miss in plain sight

With the fallout from Cambridge Analytica still being assessed, Róisín Kiberd looks at the data privacy challenges that lie ahead with the GDPR

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