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Cloud security is only as strong as its weakest link

Cloud security is only as strong as its weakest link

Security breaches are often facilitated by irresponsible users - not poorly designed technology

Don’t let the Project Manage you

Don’t let the Project Manage you

When it comes to ICT project management, Róisín Kiberd writes that businesses need to think about the answer they want to see

CBE secures €500k services deal

CBE secures €500k services deal

Midas Ireland conference takes a look at scaling

Midas Ireland conference takes a look at scaling

Yahoo's board to discuss sale of its internet business

Yahoo's board to discuss sale of its internet business

The board will also discuss whether to stick to its plan to spin off the company’s stake in Alibaba

Online shoppers abandon tablets for smartphones

Online shoppers abandon tablets for smartphones

Online spending via smartphones surpassed purchases made on tablets for the first time last weekend

The Gadget Guy: Which tablet should you take?

The Gadget Guy: Which tablet should you take?

Colin Banker has a look at the glorious hardware that leads the charge

Jane Ruffino: Machines can be good students, but empathy counts

Jane Ruffino: Machines can be good students, but empathy counts

The problem isn’t with teaching machines to learn, it’s training them to understand

Irish film-makers seek funds for virtual reality film

Irish film-makers seek funds for virtual reality film

Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign is underway to fund 'Joanna'

Dubliner David Burke is Google's Mr Android

Dubliner David Burke is Google's Mr Android

Burke is head of an 800-strong team of engineers

UCC honours high-achieving alumni

UCC honours high-achieving alumni

Broadcaster Matt Cooper pays tribute to the college where he failed his second-year commerce exams...

Irish software research centre to expand with €46.4 million investment

Irish software research centre to expand with €46.4 million investment

Lero, based in the University of Limerick, will create 90 PhD positions over the next six years

Talent shortage main challenge facing Irish entrepreneurs

Talent shortage main challenge facing Irish entrepreneurs

A survey by EY found that more than a fifth of entrepreneurs cited scaling up as their key challenge

A green Silicon  Valley?

A green Silicon Valley?

ISA chairman Cronan McNamara is seeing plenty of excellent signs for the future of the indigenous Irish software industry

The Gadget Guy

The Gadget Guy

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