e ShopWorld recently announced that they will be creating over 60 jobs in Ireland.
Ireland has a new fastest supercomputer, owned by an unnamed software company. The computer was made by Hewlett-Packard and it runs at about 365.9 Teraflops per second.
According to a recent survey, nearly 1/5th of small enterprises in Ireland do not have an online presence.
Fleetmatics has recently announced that they plan to create 75 jobs based in Dublin by 2018.
Experis Ireland, which specialises in IT, Engineering and Science recruitment, has launched a new campaign aimed at enticing Irish expats to come back to Ireland to take up roles in the IT, Engineering and Science sectors. Entitled “No Craic Like Home”, the campaign is highlighting the economic recovery in Ireland and that it is the […]
Maurice Mortell, Managing Director of Ireland and Emerging Markets, Equinix
Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), the global interconnection and data centre company, today announced results of a survey of senior IT decision-makers based in Ireland, which found that 60% of them are unsure about current data regulations. The results were announced at the official Equinix Lands in […]
Fundamental reform in Ireland’s education system is needed if the digital skills gap evident in Irish society is to be met, a senior academic from Trinity College Dublin said today.
Brendan Tangney, Professor in Computer Science & Statistics,Trinity College Dublin said that teachers need comprehensive resources, whole school supports, training and technology available in the classrooms […]
Pictured at the announcement of the 2016 Data Solutions survey results are: (l-r) Michael O’Hara, managing director, Data Solutions, and David Keating, security sales manager, Data Solutions.
More than half of Irish companies don’t provide regular cyber security training to staff, a new survey commissioned by Data Solutions has found1. The leading Irish IT solutions distributor […]
Intel is set to cut hundreds of jobs from its Irish workforce as part of a global restructuring by the computer chip giant. A week ago the company announced that it would be reducing its 100,000-strong workforce around the world by 12,000.
Staff are now awaiting details of an offer of voluntary redundancy, which the company said […]
Tech Connect Live, Ireland’s largest technology event takes place in the RDS in Dublin on Wednesday the 25th of May. Visitors to the 2016 Conference will get the chance to enjoy powerful keynote talks from leading Irish and global corporations, technology companies , entrepreneurs and investors, plus start up pitches from the hottest startups, all […]
Microsoft has reported results that fell short of analysts’ expectations, showing its high-profile cloud business cannot quite make up for a slowing personal-computer market.
Shares fell 5% in after hours’ trade to $52.92.
Two of Microsoft’s three major businesses showed lower operating profits, led by what Microsoft calls its intelligent cloud division, which includes its Azure cloud-services […]
Ralph Lauren Corporation, one of the world’s most widely recognised families of premium lifestyle brands, announced today the establishment of an eCommerce hub in Dublin, Ireland.
Ralph Lauren Corporation is locating in Ireland with the intention of building a Global eCommerce Center to support the company’s omni-channel businesses. The company’s new Dublin office, located in the […]
Search Optics will create over 100 jobs in its new Dublin HQ over the next two years through the establishment of its EMEA headquarters in the capital.
The US Digital Marketing firm will open its new European, Middle Eastern and African HQ in Dublin today on Fumbally Square.
The announcement is supported by IDA Ireland and the Department of Jobs, […]
Research conducted by Experis, the company which specialises in IT, Engineering and Science recruitment, shows that IT security breaches have increased by 38% in just 12 months. This upsurge occurred between 2014 and 2015 and is predicted to grow even more this year.
The global research also shows that businesses are currently ill-equipped to deal with […]
Slack is to create 80 jobs in Dublin over the next two years, bringing its workforce to 180 employed in Dublin. The company is set to move to a bigger office in the capital.
The new roles will be in customer experience and account management.
Slack announced last May that it was opening its European headquarters in Dublin, and would […]
HubSpot the Massachusetts-based marketing software company has announced plans to create 320 jobs in Dublin over the next three years. The company already employs 200 people at its Europe, Middle East and Africa headquarters in Dublin.
The new jobs will be across its sales, engineering, marketing, support and services operations.
HubSpot is to officially open its new offices at One […]
Dalatex has reported a 55% rise in profit after tax on the back of strong growth in the company’s revenue. The Irish software company made a profit of $4.2m last year, while its revenue rose by 13% to $46.6m.
Datalex develops software for international travel companies to help them improve the amount they can earn […]
Equifax is to create 100 new jobs in Dublin.
Equifax said its IT talent centre, on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, will develop new solutions for its business around the world.
The recruitment process for the “highly skilled research and development roles in the company” is already under way.
Speaking on the announcement Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton said […]
DCU Alpha, formerly known as DCU Innovation Campus, has announced that it plans to support 100 companies and 800 jobs over the next three years.
The innovation cluster, which houses over 30 companies and 350 jobs, has announced its new plan with a focus on Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
Irish start-up Neosfar has announced the creation […]
Microsoft’s Office 365 service has gone offline for many users in the UK and Europe on Thursday due to a problem with Microsoft’s cloud computing service, Azure.
The issue has now been resolved. A Microsoft spokesman said: “Some customers, particularly those in Europe and the UK, may have been unable to access services earlier today. Services are […]
Irish shoppers are expected to spend €100 million (or €4 million an hour) on Black Friday, but only 35% of Irish SMEs with a website can process payments online and only 42% can take sales orders online, according to new research undertaken by the IE Domain Registry (IEDR).
Black Friday is the day after the US […]
A partnership between Google and the professional services firm PwC is to establish an Innovation Lab or “hive”at PwC’s Northern Ireland headquarters in Belfast’s Waterfront Plaza, just 100 miles from Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.
Its activities will be similar to operations in New York and Sydney.
The companies formed the partnership last year, aimed at getting […]
Trinity College Dublin’s CONNECT Centre has signed a deal to begin a €1m telecoms research project, O’SHARE, to help people at large gatherings such as concerts and sporting events access consistent mobile internet and phone signal in the face of a surge in demand.
O’SHARE will be a four-year project and will be led by Dr Marco Ruffini, Assistant […]
Dublin-based Davra, an internet of things (IoT) company has secured significant funding from AIB resulting in 15 jobs for Ireland.
Davra received the funding from a variety of investors through the AIB Seed Capital Fund, with The Irish Times reporting that a combination of Delta Partners and Investec Ventures were included in the deal.
“We’re helping customers connect […]
DataCentres Ireland returned to the RDS this week for its fourth year.
Industry and Business Magazine were a media sponsor which meant we got the opportunity to chat with innovative exhibitors and expert speakers.
The event, which was held in the Industries Hall, had a great buzz right from the set-up. Exhibitors packed up their pull-up posters […]
Software company IBM has announced Dublin and Hursley as two new bases for its ‘studio’ project.
The studio consists of designers, strategists and coders to develop products and digital marketing services around cloud, analytics, and IBM’s supercomputer- Watson.
Both Dublin’s and Hursley’s studio will focus on designing IBM products and user experiences around Watson, security, collaboration and IoT.
Ireland hosts nine of the top ten world leading IT companies. Companies such as Google, LinkedIn, Apple and Facebook have recently selected Ireland as their base for data centres.
Data centres are commonly run by large companies or government agencies. However, they are also increasingly used to provide a fast-growing cloud solution service for all types […]
100 positions are to be created in Dublin by US jobs and recruitment website Glassdoor.
Glassdoor allows employees to post reviews of their employer which can then be examined by jobseekers.
The company, which plans to open an office here in January, is also launching an Irish version of the site for jobseekers here.
Glassdoor International head Diarmuid Russell […]
Limerick brothers John and Patrick Collison are founders of Stripe
The two founders of Stripe, brothers John and Patrick Collison, were named as the EY Entrepreneur of the year in Dublin last night.
Over 1,500 business leaders from throughout Ireland and the world were in attendance at the awards event.
The competition’s 24 finalists collectively employ over 5,000 people […]
The National Sustainability Summit will take place for the first time on 3 November in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
The event will provide a timely platform to discuss and debate the parameters for COP21/CMP11 Conference of the Parties to the United Nationas Framework Convention on Climate Change (Paris 2015) that is fast approaching on 30 November, […]
TitanHq has announced it is expanding it’s business in Galway by creating 10 new jobs, this news comes a month after the company rebranded itself from SpamTitan.
TitanHq the email and web security firm, has had huge success since opening in 1999 and has grown significantly in recent years.
“TitanHQ has pursued very rapid growth […]
Pivotal, the company accelerating digital transformation for enterprises, today announced the creation of 130 new jobs and an investment of approximately €100 million in Ireland over the next five years, rapidly expanding the company’s presence in the Irish market. Silicon Valley-head-quartered Pivotal is partially owned by EMC Corporation and VMware, Inc. with General Electric becoming […]
Fujitsu Ireland is looking to recruit 35 new employees over the next six months at its offices in Swords, Co Dublin.
The IT solutions provider already filled 30 roles earlier this year in Ireland and has a workforce here of around 350.
The new jobs cover a variety of technical and business roles including project management, Java […]
SITA, the world’s leading specialist in air transport communications and IT solutions, has moved to new state-of-the-art premises in Letterkenny. A team of 148 employees work at SITA in Letterkenny delivering technology that is used by the global air transport industry. Almost every airline and airport in the world is a SITA customer and nearly […]
Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe has said engagement did take place and efforts were made by the Department of the Taoiseach to keep the Web Summit in Ireland.
Yesterday, the event organisers published correspondence between them and senior Government officials, showing how relationships deteriorated significantly in the four weeks prior to the announcement that […]
Industrial IT solutions provider, SolutionsPT, is hosting a special event in Ireland focusing on ‘The Evolution of Industrial IT’.
Taking place on Wednesday 4th November at the K Club in Kildare, the Irish leg of the roadshow will provide best practice guidance for designing industrial IT infrastructures, with topics covering resilience, security and system flexibility.
This year, […]
University College Dublin spinout company Logentries has been bought by US based security data and analytics software firm Rapid7 in a deal worth almost €60 million.
Logentries makes cloud-based log management software for collecting and analysing huge quantities of log event data and making that data easily accessible to improve IT and business operations.
It was co-founded in […]
Today during the Startup Gathering it was announced that applications are now open for Accenture’s latest Fintech Innovation Lab.
The Lab is supported by key players in the finance industry such as Allied Irish Bank, Bank of Ireland, Citi, Fexco, State Street, Realex Payments, Ulster Bank and Credit Suisse, as well as tech giant Google.
Irish start-ups, in […]
Workday a leader in enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, today announced the opening of its new European headquarters office in Dublin 7, in the heart of the north inner city, as well as plans to create another 200 highly-skilled jobs for the city over the next three years.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD and […]
Ward Solutions has invested €1.2 million in an operations centre aimed at expanding its managed information security services offering to customers throughout Ireland, with a launch in Britain planned for 2017.
To house the facility, the company acquired a new 5,000sq ft building at Citywest in Dublin, adjacent to its current offices. The security operations centre […]
Irish-owned IT outsourcing and cloud support company IT Alliance is to create 25 new jobs by the end of the year as it expands its project management operations.
The company said its revenues from project management services alone are on course to reach €10m this year. It already employs 50 project management staff across its divisions […]
AirSpeed Telecom has signed a three-year deal worth €250,000 with law firm William Fry.
Headquartered in Dublin, William Fry completed one of the largest office relocations in the capital in recent months, moving over 420 staff from Fitzwilton House to its new premises in Grand Canal Square.
AirSpeed Telecom successfully deployed a temporary network, connecting the old […]
The initiative aims to offer help in business mobility, digital training, sales, marketing and business productivity for companies within the SME community.
The Little Milk Company, based in Dungarvan, Co Waterford, was one of the businesses to benefit from the scheme.
It was awarded over €10,600 in digital solutions which saw staff receive a Google Export Markets […]
Creating game-changing technology, which will give consumers control over the personal data stored by online companies, is the goal of Waterford startup Sedicii.
The multi-award winning company is already trialling software which allows the identity of online shoppers to be authenticated without the need for a password to be exchanged and which thus reduces the amount […]
Vodafone Ireland is investing €7 million as it seeks to bring new data-centre services to customers. The move is part of Vodafone’s plan to beef up its cloud and hosting business in Europe.
The new services will include everything from co-location, managed hosting, private cloud and infrastructure as a service (IaaS). The firm said it is […]
Google plans to invest €150 million in a new data centre in Dublin.
Google is building a new data centre in Ireland and investing €150 million in the project.
The centre will be its second owned and operated data facility in Ireland; it leases a third.
There had been speculation last year that Google planned to open a new facility in west Dublin – following a planning application – to […]
Digital business company 6D Global Technologies is to open an office in Ireland, creating 60 jobs over three years.
The Nasdaq-listed firm, which offers business intelligence, web content management, digital creative, mobile apps and digital publishing, is targeting the European market for expansion. The Dublin office will serve customers of 6D Global outside the US, as […]
New network iD is set to shake up the Irish mobile market, with individually tailored plans it hopes will be popular with consumers.
The mobile phone network, which is owned by Dixons Carphone, claims it can save consumers an average of €166 per year with a flexibility that will allow personalised plans that can be changed […]
Irish technology company Effective Software is planning to expand following a successful funding round in which it raised €1 million.
The company, which specialises in health and safety, and compliance software-as-service, plans to increase its staff count from 16 to 35 in the next two years. Recruitment is already under way for eight positions.
The funding […]
Nokia is hiring software experts, testing new products and seeking sales partners as it plots its return to the mobile phone and consumer tech arena it abandoned with the sale of its handset business.
Once the world’s biggest maker of mobile phones, the Finnish firm was wrongfooted by the rise of smartphones and eclipsed by Apple […]
Kingspan boss Gene Murtagh has taken a stake in Dundalk-based smarthome heating firm Climote.
And it’s understood that the valuation placed on Climote has doubled in the past two years.
Mr Murtagh is the latest heavy-hitter from the energy sector to invest in the business.
Last year, former Bord Gais chief executive John Mullins took a stake in […]
The company said it will test it in the United States later this year.
The plane will weigh about 880 pounds (400 kg), said Yael Maguire, the company’s engineering director of connectivity. It will hover between 60,000 feet and 90,000 feet (20 and 30 km), above the altitude of commercial airplanes, so that it is not […]
Minister for Data Protection Dara Murphy has said Facebook’s plans to build a European data centre in Co Meath are “very encouraging.”
The social network will today submit a planning application for €200 million new data centre in Clonee. The investment in the data centre will bring Facebook’s Irish staff numbers to over 1,000. Hundreds of […]
(February 25 – 2015) IDA IRELAND, the government agency responsible for attracting inward investment, has announced ambitious targets to boost Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Ireland by over 40%, creating 80,000 new jobs in the economy over the next five years.
The ambitious targets will bring total direct employment by overseas companies in Ireland to 209,000 […]
The innovative new phone charging service, WattSpot, is quickly making a name for itself as its services are spreading across Ireland.
The new start-up based in the Media Cube at IADT, Dun Laoghaire is launching its services across the country as it can now be found in college campuses across the country, Topaz Energy service stations […]
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today said that despite disappointing preliminary growth figures for the third quarter, the economy will significantly outperform the rest of Europe and grow by a spectacular 5.7% this year. In 2014 the recovery finally reached the domestic economy. Unemployment is falling, investment is on the rise and the […]