“The IT strategy underpins the three-to-five-year business growth strategy to grow in size from 4,000 to 10,000 employees,” explains Chris Bean, group technology officer at SQS.
Enterprise 19.Dec.2014 09:07
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Astronomers have weighed up the data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray observatory to provide the first determination of the mass and other properties of a very young galaxy cluster about 9.6bn light years away.
Innovation 19.Dec.2014 08:55
Close to one-third of Irish enterprises (28pc) that employ more than 10 people purchased cloud services, compared with the EU average of 19pc, according to new research by the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
Enterprise 19.Dec.2014 07:43
Short-term staffing technology player Mustard emerged as the overall winner at the NDRC Lift Off competition last night after battling 12 other start-ups to secure next stage investment of €30,000.
Start-ups 19.Dec.2014 07:11
Cork-based start-up AventaMed wants to make it easier to insert grommets into ears, and the company’s device is grabbing attention, CEO Olive O’Driscoll tells Claire O’Connell.
Innovation 19.Dec.2014 07:00
The top 10 insights from CIOs and their equivalents on the trends that will shape the enterprise in 2015, from new kinds of storage, to BYOD, big data and pushing the needle on change.
Enterprise 19.Dec.2014 06:00
Today we continue our countdown of Ireland’s top tech jobs announcement stories of 2014, from start-ups to multinational companies.
Careers 19.Dec.2014 06:00
One-fifth of Irish households do not have access to the internet in 2014, new Central Statistics Office (CSO) figures suggest. While 42pc of those without internet said they didn’t need it, 39pc cited lack of skills.
Digital Life 18.Dec.2014 16:58
As if you didn’t need a package any faster, e-commerce giant Amazon is now going to offer residents of New York City, who are Amazon Prime members, the chance to get their packages in just one hour.
Business 18.Dec.2014 16:30
JPEGs, the picture files we’ve all grown so accustomed to these past few decades, may be replaced by “awesome” blow-ins.
New Media 18.Dec.2014 16:15
The European Union’s (EU) Court of Justice (ECJ) has raised a few eyebrows after it ruled stem cells used for the development of medical treatments can now be patented for commercial use.
Innovation 18.Dec.2014 15:40
A game that incites the player to commit ‘genocide’ has been re-instated on the Steam gaming platform after Valve, which runs the platform, took it down for being too graphic.
Digital Life 18.Dec.2014 14:24
In what is surely now just an internal game at Instagram to see how many ridiculously-named filters it can create, Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Aden and Perpetua have emerged.
New Media 18.Dec.2014 13:30
Certain Coolpad Android devices, sold largely in China and Taiwan, are quite vulnerable to “malicious abuse” through its backdoor system, claims Palo Alto Networks.
Digital Life 18.Dec.2014 12:15
Despite intense media interest, the US district court judge involved in the recent Apple lawsuit has ruled out any possibility of the posthumous testimony from Steve Jobs of being released for public viewing.
New Media 18.Dec.2014 12:03