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…
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A Look into DTS StartUp100 Programme

The StartUp100 Programme is an integral part of Dublin Tech Summit and offers burgeoning companies an opportunity to showcase their potential to a wide and varied audience. Daniel Kyne, StartUp100 Programme Manager offers insights into the process…
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DTS: An Opportunity for the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

DTS is drawing closer to its start date and word of mouth couldn't be anymore potent. The excitement looms, as students get ready to hear the world’s most influential people share their industry experience. The current trend in the air among…

The Evolution of Dublin’s Silicon Docks

What was once a symbol of industrial decline, Dublin’s docklands has become one of the most prosperous areas of the country, a symbol of how far Ireland has come in it’s recovery from the financial crisis of the 2000’s. Over the past…
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Bridging The Gap Between Global Corporations & Startups

The underlying goal both global corporations and startups share is the creation of value for their company, their end consumers, and their specific industry as a whole. However the gap between the two groups of innovators has yet to be closed.…

The Appeal of Dublin as a Location for International Businesses

Dublin - Ireland’s capital city - is one of the world’s most visited cities by tourists far and wide. The home of Guinness, U2 and other internationally recognised icons sees thousands of visitors to its streets every month. Ireland’s…
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Gary Vee: The Man Leading The Millennials and Beyond

As a serial investor in some of the world's biggest tech companies such as Snapchat, Facebook, and Uber, Gary Vaynerchuk knows where consumers are going to go before they get there.  Gary Vaynerchuk built his empire on the foundation…

It's time to take a break before you burnout

French workers are now entitled to “disconnect” from work while at home to decrease the chances of employees suffering burnout. As of 1st January, French workers employed by companies with 50 or more employees can negotiate when they…