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23% of Irish companies would be forced to cease trading if found liable to GDPR fines

23% of Irish companies would be forced to cease trading if found liable to GDPR fines - DataSolutions survey -        ...
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The International Service Design Experience

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Dublin could become part of Europe’s Big 4

Third party data centre projects are expected to deliver capital expenditures in excess of €740m by 2020, making Ireland one ...
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IT Sligo in collaboration with tech giants

IT Sligo has launched the first ever degree programme in data centre facilities engineering, aimed at servicing Europe’s growing and highly ...
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The life expectancy of lead acid batteries fluctuates significantly depending on their external environment. Increases in temperature is a significant ...
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Uber to buy self-driving truck start-up Otto for $680m

Not satisfied with developing its own fleet of autonomous cars, Uber is now looking to move into the autonomous trucking ...
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Irish companies not providing adequate cyber security training – new research from Data Solutions

52% of companies aren’t providing adequate security training to employees, despite awareness that staff are biggest risk factor One-third believe ...
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Firms need more focus on detecting IT attacks, event hears

The biggest information technology security challenge for companies is detecting and responding to threats, according to Rob Sadowski, director of marketing ...
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Data breach ‘more dangerous than CEO departure’

A data breach is more damaging to an organisation than the departure of its chief executive, a profit warning or ...
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NewsWhip CEO Paul Quigley interview: ‘Data is going to be part of everybody’s job’

When Limerick native Paul Quigley set up NewsWhip in Dublin with Andrew Mullaney, they first wanted to create the ‘BuzzFeed ...
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