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Facebook applies to build Meath data centre

Facebook applies to build Meath data centre

Zalando: from flip-flops to success

Zalando: from flip-flops to success

Fash-tech startups take root in Dublin

Fash-tech startups take root in Dublin

Online fashion start-ups need innovative offerings and analytics that reach out to identify customer needs

Fitness apps are creating problems where there were none

Fitness apps are creating problems where there were none

For me, fitness apps seemed like adding problems to one of the few areas of my life where there weren’t any

The Gadget Guy on gear for going places

The Gadget Guy on gear for going places

The perfect ensemble of toys for your travels

Jane Ruffino on the rise of the fitness app

Jane Ruffino on the rise of the fitness app

For me, fitness apps seemed like adding problems to one of the few areas of my life where there weren’t any

Costolo steps down as Twitter CEO

Costolo steps down as Twitter CEO

One and two-letter .ie domain names to be made available for registration

One and two-letter .ie domain names to be made available for registration

Malin pays €34.5 million for stake in Altan Pharma

Malin pays €34.5 million for stake in Altan Pharma

Invest in tech hubs to build momentum

Invest in tech hubs to build momentum

Karl Flannery, chief executive of Storm Technology, says we should learn lessons from mature tech economies

Big guns circle imaging software space

Big guns circle imaging software space

Major camera manufacturers and big tech players are doing their best to stay ahead of the digital curve

Windows Server Migration: Can your server give you what you want?

Windows Server Migration: Can your server give you what you want?

As the economy picks up and companies become more confident about investing in their IT function, it’s old and tired server technology that is often first to get refreshed, writes Alex Meehan

Cloud Computing: The current reality and the future is hybrid cloud

Cloud Computing: The current reality and the future is hybrid cloud

Leslie Faughnan examines a changing environment for Irish businesses in the cloud

E-Payments: A land without coins?

E-Payments: A land without coins?

With technology allowing more financial transactions to take place online, Aoife Valentine considers the possibility of a cashless Ireland

Cloud Computing: Cloud in a box

Cloud Computing: Cloud in a box

A Dublin start-up offers an innovative way of taking infrastructure to the cloud