New rules in a new world

IT is changing business, and Microsoft is changing with it. Aisling Curtis talks to Jason Walsh about the company’s role in the new, data-centric digital economy

2nd April, 2017
Aisling Curtis, commercial director, Microsoft

Born in Balbriggan, Co Dublin, Aisling Curtis made her way into the IT world early in her career. Following her master’s degree in business economics at University College Cork, Curtis spent 15 years in the telecommunications industry, including Vodafone, where she held several senior roles, leading commercial teams focused on strategy, transformation, marketing and sales.

Curtis’s first role was with EsatTelecom, which was later taken over by BT, and the experience of a fast-moving...

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