Entries by Business & Finance

Digital Health – The Health Operating System

by Roberto Ascione, CEO at Healthware International with the contribution of Gerry Chillè, General Partner at Healthware Labs   During the last 20 years, we have witnessed the transformation of healthcare from an industry firmly set in its traditional ways, to one that began to adopt digital technologies in areas such as communications and research. With […]

We need to talk about Big Brother

  Andy O’Kelly Chief Architect @eirBusiness   As our lives become ever more entwined with the digital world – as a workplace, marketplace, source of entertainment and meeting place for friends and family at home and on the move – our daily activities leave trails and patterns. These trails tell a lot about us to […]

Cindy Gallop: Creating Radical & Transformative Change

  “I like to blow shit up. I am the Michael Bay of business.” From a career in advertising to a mission in changing the world, Cindy Gallop is a force to be reckoned with. Now Founder and CEO of not one but three organisations, including MakeLoveNotPorn and IfWeRanTheWorld Cindy Gallop is now a household name […]

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The No. 1 Threat Facing Marketers Today: Too Much Data

by James Parton Director of European Marketing at Twilio @jamesparton   The incredible explosion in software tools available for today’s modern marketer has revolutionised the accountability of the marketing department. Now it is possible to measure virtually every step in the journey of prospect through to in life customer, and of course, online and social […]

5 Ways Collaboration Tools Give You a Competitive Advantage

by Patricia DuChene Director of International Sales, Wrike   There’s a problem in all our companies. In our Wrike Digital Working Report 2016, 58% of UK respondents felt their workload had gone up to some extent, with a fifth stating it had gone up significantly. Furthermore, 62% of UK respondents said that because of this change […]

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Insider Look at DTS Most Used Apps

Rome was not built in a day. Nor was anything with legacy, for that matter. Rome was built on the combination of time, passion, people and the right tools. Like Rome, any organisation that wishes to flourish needs to know what tools to use and how to use them in the most efficient way possible […]

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10 Do’s and Don’ts for LinkedIn Networking

  With the integration of social networking into all aspects of everyday use, LinkedIn is playing an important role in the world of recruitment and entrepreneurship. However knowing how to use the platform is just as important as creating an account in the first place. Over at the DTS headquarters we have gathered up the […]

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The Anatomy of a Smart City

  Andy O’Kelly Chief Architect at eir Business @eirBusiness   A smart city sees the use of digital technology and urban big data to deliver a broad range of societal improvements for the citizen by improving control and sustainability of public services, making critical infrastructure more reliable, and making cities safer and more liveable. This […]

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StartUp100 Programme Highlight: Fillit

  Name of Company: Fillit Founder & CEO: John Carroll     Tell us about your company! Founded in 2015, Fillit is a Dublin based startup that challenges people to rethink rentable space by providing an easy to use platform for both landlords and potential tenants. Pitch what you do in one line. Fillit connects […]

Irish Organisations No Longer Hiding From IT Security

Brian Martin Head of Strategy & Planning at eir Business @eirBusiness When eir performed in-depth customer research in 2015, it became clear that information security was one of the top investment priorities for enterprise and government customers.   I remember while playing hide and seek with the kids when they were young, I used to […]

The Smart City Opportunity

Jonathan Reichental, Ph.D. CIO, City of Palo Alto @reichental Three million more people move into cities every week Assuming that current trends continue, our future belongs to cities. Already half of all humans on the planet live in cities, and by 2050 a full 70 percent of civilization will live, work, and play in an urban […]