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Bamboo pumps up the base

Bamboo pumps up the base

Takeaway app hoping to grow Irish user numbers ahead of a planned expansion to Manchester

Google fined record €4.3 billion by EU

Google fined record €4.3 billion by EU

Tech giant has 90 days to make changes or face further fines

GDPR: Life after deadline

GDPR: Life after deadline

The new regulation may no longer dominate the headlines, but the task of enforcing new data laws has only just begun. Quinton O’Reilly reports

McMurtry launches electric car company

McMurtry launches electric car company

The Irish billionaire is sole shareholder in the new start-up

IDA’s top priority is the regions

IDA’s top priority is the regions

Multiple job announcements show countrywide focus

F1 champion discovers his inner techie

F1 champion discovers his inner techie

Nico Rosberg is immersing himself – and some of his fortune – in the world of ‘impact technologies’

Chipmakers are caught in the US-China crossfire

Chipmakers are caught in the US-China crossfire

It’s not just a brewing trade war that’s making investors anxious

When asking IT for help just makes sense

When asking IT for help just makes sense

It takes all kinds of resources to run a business in 2018, but you wouldn’t dream of trying to generate your own electricity or dispose of your own waste, so why worry about managing your own IT, asks Alex Meehan

When it’s time to Leave your fact-checking at the door

When it’s time to Leave your fact-checking at the door

Amanda Connolly on how we’re moving beyond the information age

The great untethering

The great untethering

Mobile devices have revolutionised the workplace, but what are the risks, asks Róisín Kiberd

Four simple words

Four simple words

If your people aren’t able to get their non-work lives going smoothly, then it’s going to impact what they do on the job.

New need for speed

New need for speed

Cloud services have driven demand for faster broadband and more resilient connectivity, rescuing the market from commodity services and a race to the bottom. Ian Campbell reports.

Rethinking the CRM

Rethinking the CRM

It’s easy to take things for granted. When something has been around for quite a while, it can lead to it being treated as part of the furniture, an item that’s always been there, but Quinton O’Reilly says you need to think differently

Joining the dots

Joining the dots

Buyer’s Guide: Top Of The Laptops

Buyer’s Guide: Top Of The Laptops

You don’t have to spend big to get a great, well-specced laptop or tablet, as Stephen Errity’s rundown of some of the best models around right now at lower price points shows.