Cloud Computing

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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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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Has your mouse been hacked?

Wireless mice and keyboards are prime for hacking, with a “massive vulnerability” leaving “billions” of devices at risk, according to ...
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National Broadband Plan: At least 10 firms bid to end Ireland’s digital divide

The Irish Government’s long overdue intervention to bring 750,000 postal addresses into the 21st century is gaining impetus after it ...
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Fastest-ever data transfer clocked at incredible 1.125Tbps

Imagine being able to download all of Game of Thrones in one second? Well, researchers have achieved a data transfer ...
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Privacy Shield: a safe harbour for EU data?

ransatlantic transfers of digital data are once again safe to continue, thanks to a new deal between the EU and ...
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Technology firm Asavie to create 106 jobs

Dublin-based technology firm Asavie is to create 106 jobs over the next 2.5 years. The jobs include a variety of roles in ...
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Ireland’s 700MHz wireless spectrum band has a potential market value of €91m

Ireland’s 700MHz wireless spectrum band has a current market value of €91m and could be repurposed to be used by ...
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Vodafone’s new crazy fast LightSpeed Broadband

LightSpeed Broadband, that’s the name Vodafone has given to its latest internet service, claiming it’s the “most powerful fibre broadband ...
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Irish software firm Storm gets €500,000 contract

Actavo, a major international strategic operations partner in the British Isles and the Caribbean, has entered a contract worth over ...
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