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Sustainability expert slams Government

Sustainability expert slams Government

Technology Industry awards set for this month

Technology Industry awards set for this month

Esri releases mapping software to schools

Esri releases mapping software to schools

GreyEnergy: a looming threat to critical infrastructures

GreyEnergy: a looming threat to critical infrastructures

Can you handle it?

Can you handle it?

Can using your smartphone, smart TV or smart home qualify you to reskill in ICT Skills? Fiona Alston reports on reskilling into ICT skills and the blossoming relationship between ICT and psychology

Maybe tomorrow

Maybe tomorrow

Whether the National Broadband Plan is scrapped or not, rural businesses seem to be left in a similarly unconnected position, and they can’t wait any longer, writes Aoife Valentine

The submerged shift in Saas

The submerged shift in Saas

Just like the Ottomans were caught napping at Aqaba, sales teams are finding they are making CRM and Saas purchases after their organisation has already started using new tools. Emmet Ryan looks at how the end user is shaping the technologies used in business and how this is democratising the market

Shake the paranoia

Shake the paranoia

Why unify? The next generation of unified threat management calls for a ‘one-for-all’ approach to endpoint security, writes Róisín Kiberd

Bad behaviour at the top is bad for business

Bad behaviour at the top is bad for business

Google employees’ walkout last week in protest at the company’s handling of sexual harrassment in the workplace raises questions for the entire sector

Adding a splash of colour to tech company  spaces

Adding a splash of colour to tech company spaces

Interior designer Niamh McCabe has taken an unconventional route, via creating a dating app and designing Maser’s studio, to building up a business transforming the offices of tech companies, writes Emmet Ryan

Gadget watch: A lot to like, but  this Fitbit doesn’t quite hit its straps

Gadget watch: A lot to like, but this Fitbit doesn’t quite hit its straps

Digital health firm aims to raise €9.5m for global expansion

Digital health firm aims to raise €9.5m for global expansion

Kepler odyssey comes to an end

Kepler odyssey comes to an end

The first ever planet hunter deployed from earth gave a lot of bang for its buck

Facebook posts better than expected profits

Facebook posts better than expected profits

Having warned of rising costs and slowing growth, the social media platform's profits beat analysts' expectations, while it also added users

India, home of the internet unicorns

India, home of the internet unicorns

Smoothly run start-ups are using India’s 1.3 billion population to achieve stratospheric growth, writes Saritha Rai