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CurrencyFair announces Asian expansion

CurrencyFair announces Asian expansion

The acquisition of Convoy Payments is part of a €20 million investment plan to drive rapid global growth which will also see the creation of 90 new jobs over the next 18 months

Working from the inside out

Working from the inside out

Most digital transformation strategies focus on the end-user for results, but forget about those within the company, writes Quinton O’Reilly

If you don’t need it, don’t ask for it

If you don’t need it, don’t ask for it

Although many organisations prepared well for GDPR long before it came into effect, many others seem to have taken a wait-and-see approach. Alex Meehan reports

A little more action

A little more action

For all the greenness of its premise, sustainability remains something of a grey area in tech, writes Róisín Kiberd

Very fine print

Very fine print

Outsourcing document and print functions to a third-party managed service provider that knows its field inside-out provides security and the operational certainty of a regular, monthly spend. Jason Walsh explores the available options

Why Facebook really needs to Watch it

Why Facebook really needs to Watch it

The social media giant covets a piece of the YouTube and Netflix market’s action, but the launch of its new venture hasn’t exactly gone according to plan

Gadget watch: All systems go with Microsoft’s latest laptop

Gadget watch: All systems go with Microsoft’s latest laptop

The only piece of kit comparable to the new Microsoft Surface Go in wow factor in 2018 has been the Huawei P20, a smartphone

‘We have the content to be the Spotify of fashion’

‘We have the content to be the Spotify of fashion’

Fashion retailer Zalando, Europe’s biggest e-commerce firm, is finally entering the Irish market, writes Emmet Ryan

Dublin-based Drop cooks up deal with electrical appliances giant LG

Dublin-based Drop cooks up deal with electrical appliances giant LG

The deal with the electronics giant was announced at IFA, the major trade show for consumer technology in Berlin

GDPR had little or no impact, say a third of Irish firms in survey

GDPR had little or no impact, say a third of Irish firms in survey

The finding came from the annual Sunday Business Post Connected survey of Irish IT decision-makers, produced in association with Compu b and Red C

No sympathy for those duped by warrenbuffet99

No sympathy for those duped by warrenbuffet99

WIth a high profile figure’s identity getting hijacked, there had to be some expectation that Twitter would step in

Learning curve for a Limerick firm

Learning curve for a Limerick firm

The founders of JumpAGrade want to prove that getting up to speed with school subjects needn’t be a painful grind

Gadget watch: New Galaxy Note won’t feel the burn

Gadget watch: New Galaxy Note won’t feel the burn

The cameras have been adjusted to be positionally nicer for users, as has the fingerprint scanner, which always seemed like it was in an odd spot on the Note 8

Eir avoids the wrath of the data regulators – for now

Eir avoids the wrath of the data regulators – for now

In the immediate aftermath of GDPR, every big brand in Europe is playing it safe. But somewhere down the line, somebody is going to leave the door open

Facebook drops the hammer but did anyone hear it?

Facebook drops the hammer but did anyone hear it?

We might be through the looking glass after the relatively muted reaction to Facebook's actually doing something about fake news