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Chief executive and founder of Overcast Philippe Brodeur with co-founder Zsolt Lorincz:  Vodafone Ireland  recently commissioned the company to stream VoD content directly to 35,000 household TVs.

The Republic of Ireland is a hotbed for multimedia technology and, with so many groundbreaking companies working in the space, has the potential to be(...)

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton will be launching the Career Zoo event which is expected to attract more than 10,000 graduates and young professionals. Photograph: Collins Agency

Looking for a career move into banking? Then make sure to swing by the Career Zoo in Dublin’s Convention Centre on Saturday, as Bank of Ireland has co(...)

Citrix chief executive Mark Templeton admitted the quarterly results were mixed

Technology company Citrix, which employs more than 250 people in Ireland, posted revenues that were 6 per cent higher in the third quarter.The company(...)

Cigarette maker JTI Gallaher is to shut its factory in County Antrim with the loss of almost 1,000 jobs. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Close to 1,000 jobs will be lost with the expected closure of one of Northern Ireland’s major private sector employers.Japan Tobacco International (J(...)

Citrix is creating 50 new jobs in  sales, IT shared services and technical support at its Dublin office.

Technology company Citrix will increase its Dublin workforce by 50 new employees by the end of 2014, bringing its total Irish workforce up to 265 peop(...)

Never have the issues of data protection and personal privacy had such high profile

What does Ireland need from its new Data Protection Commissioner?We now know who has replaced former Commissioner Billy Hawkes, who retired from the r(...)

The training programme is aimed at unemployed computer science graduates or those from a similar discipline with a bachelor’s degree and is scheduled to begin on September 1st 2014. Photograph: Getty

Unemployed computer science graduates can now avail of a free fourteen week high-level cloud computing and virtualisation training programme to equip (...)

Regina Moran, chief executive of Fujitsu’s Irish operation: “There are no soap operas like CSI for technology roles.”

Where are all the female tech leaders? It’s a question that has focused on the technology sector, an industry that prides itself on innovation, challe(...)

HP chief executive Meg Whitman. photograph: justin sullivan/getty images

In a keynote address that emphasised her company’s innovation “DNA” – and which veered between discussions of 3D printing and the cloud to a video of (...)

Grace O’Rourke Veitch: ‘We need to be measuring people on output and productivity, not their presence in the office.’

Girls here outperform boys in school and in Ireland, as in many other countries, more women take undergraduate university degrees than men. This ha(...)

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