A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Irish businesses have less than 12 months to upgrade from Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system to 10 before they face paying for Microsoft support.
Wed, 30 Jan, 2019
Dublin Midlands Hospital Group has confirmed an isolated ransomware attack at the Midlands Regional Hospital in Tullamore yesterday.
Thu, 15 Nov, 2018
Creaking IT systems pose a serious threat to Irish banks, which could fold “like a house of cards” with a serious cyber-attack, a cybersecurity expert has warned.
Fri, 06 Jul, 2018
The Central Bank must become more intrusive to ensure IT systems in Irish lenders are up to par, and it is no longer adequate to rely on assurances from the banks themselves.
Sat, 09 Jun, 2018
Leading figures from the world of tech and artificial intelligence (AI) will be in Cork for the seventh Tech Summit next month to explore the latest advances in the rapidly changing sector.
Thu, 05 Apr, 2018
Eamon Quinn The slump in IT stocks in recent weeks could herald a slowdown in the US economy next year, a consultancy has warned.
Fri, 30 Mar, 2018
IT graduates are more likely than most to get work soon after college and earn much more than all others in the year following their degrees.
Fri, 19 Jan, 2018
Over €2m has been spent since 2014 upgrading hospital laboratory information systems which are in the process of being replaced.
Mon, 27 Nov, 2017
A new wireless IT system which can withstand earthquakes and hurricanes has won a top award.
Thu, 16 Nov, 2017
The rollout of a €33m national intergrated laboratory information system in 43 public hospitals has been delayed by at least a year.
Mon, 23 Oct, 2017
The national rollout of a €35m IT system designed to improve care for mothers and babies has been put on hold until a digital link is in place that will allow electronic sharing of data between maternity hospitals and GPs.
Sat, 23 Sep, 2017
Tax for employees of IT start-ups should be considered in the budget to assist entrepreneurs retain the best talent, according to a venture capital group.
Thu, 21 Sep, 2017
As the film IT scares a whole new generation, looks at why Stephen King’s stories are as popular as ever
Wed, 13 Sep, 2017
Opposition parties have called for a "full review" of the HSE’s computer systems after it emerged a dangerous flaw means up to 25,000 scans and x-rays for people with serious heart, cancer and other conditions may be inaccurate, reports Fiachra Ó Cionnaith, Political Correspondent
Thu, 03 Aug, 2017
The Government has said it will take steps to increase the number of IT graduates as 80 new jobs were announced in an equity software firm in West Cork.
Wed, 02 Aug, 2017
British Airways owner IAG has said a power outage that led to the cancellation of hundreds of flights last month probably cost it about £80m (€91.5m) in lost revenue and the expense of accommodating, re-booking, and compensating thousands of passengers.
Fri, 16 Jun, 2017
A teacher who set up a company to sell computers and other equipment to the college where he had control of technology purchases is to be made its deputy principal.
Sat, 03 Jun, 2017
“I think in terms of workplace quality it is important to have a culture that people can have free time from technology and not be expected to respond to emails or messages straight away.”
Mon, 10 Apr, 2017
Internal audits have found IT issues in various sections of the HSE, as well as concerns over mobile phones and some examples of overpayments.
Tue, 24 Jan, 2017
Decade-old computers and IT equipment are stopping institutes of technology from being at the cutting edge of their fields, a new report warns.
Sun, 06 Nov, 2016
First year mature student Tom Boyle, a resident of Ramsgrange, Co Wexford, proves it’s never too late to go back to college, as he turns 79.
Fri, 28 Oct, 2016
Sat, 20 Aug, 2016
A London based IT firm is bringing 300 new jobs to Belfast.
Tue, 02 Aug, 2016
There is widespread confusion among Irish firms over data transfer rules following the demise of the Safe Harbour arrangement and concerns over its replacement.
Fri, 03 Jun, 2016
Ireland ranks just above Vietnam in world rankings with the fewest women working in senior jobs in IT, a survey of 82 countries for recruiter Harvey Nash and consultancy KPMG reveals.
Mon, 23 May, 2016
Widespread dissatisfaction with career progression is encouraging a huge proportion of IT workers to look for roles outside of their current employer.
Wed, 27 Apr, 2016
Three Ireland has brought a €65m partner on board to help overhaul its IT infrastructure and integrate O2’s systems following Three’s takeover of its rival in March 2015.
Tue, 15 Mar, 2016
Dublin-based IoT technology startup Smartfrog has closed a $5m (€4.45m) funding round that it hopes will allow it to scale its business internationally.
Sat, 13 Feb, 2016
Forty new IT jobs are being created at a tech firm in County Mayo.
Sat, 30 Jan, 2016
The modernisation of IT structures is leaving a huge majority of large Irish companies in a muddle, with 95% experiencing skills shortages, new research indicates.
Thu, 07 Jan, 2016
Fri, 27 Nov, 2015
An IT bottleneck caused by companies moving to more modern systems is hindering their ability to innovate, adding to security concerns and costing them thousands of euro more per year. New research suggests that as companies transition from old IT infrastructure to cloud-based services, innovation is suffering and costs are spiralling.
Fri, 30 Oct, 2015
Ireland’s improving economy has led to skill shortages in a number of areas, mostly the IT sector along with engineering, science, and health.
Sat, 18 Jul, 2015
Ireland is among the world’s elite in terms of digital development having consolidated its reputation as one of the key drivers of the global digital economy.
Thu, 04 Jun, 2015
The IT sector’s representative body in the south of the country, it@Cork, has submitted an application to the Government seeking funding for an initiative that could create 1,300 jobs over the coming years.
Thu, 07 May, 2015
A group of international hackers which threatened the Government with an attack over the creation of Irish Water last year has warned it will “take down” the Dáil’s IT system on May 5, potentially releasing highly sensitive information into the public domain.
Sat, 04 Apr, 2015