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Dr Eoin Whelan recommends using an organisational network analysis to give a visual representation of how information flows around in an organisation

What makes some organisations innovative and others not? Why do companies such as Intel and Proctor & Gamble seemingly have conveyor belts of inno(...)

Last week some of the world’s biggest technology companies co-signed a document intent on staving off the threat of “patent trolls” taking “unprincipl(...)

At the announcement of investment for Tapastreet: Conall Boyle,  Bank of Ireland; Joe Mitchell,  Tapastreet; Dawn Guiney, Kernel Capital; and John O’Dea,  Enterprise Ireland.

Photo and video discovery platform Tapastreet has secured €500,000 in funding as it seeks to bring the technology to a wider audience. The Dublin-base(...)

Mark Hurd, co-president of Oracle, said the company’s overall software business grew 8 per cent and that  the company was looking forward to its traditionally good second-quarter sales results.  Photograph: Bloomberg

Though the computer server market has been lacklustre in recent years, sales of “engineered systems” – hardware loaded with specially designed, comple(...)

Oracle co-president Mark Hurd speaks during the Oracle OpenWorld  conference in San Francisco yesterday. Photo: Bloomberg

Though the computer server market has been lacklustre in recent years, sales of “engineered systems” - hardware loaded with specially designed, comple(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will address Tech Tour
Tech Tour rolls into Dublin

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will address the UK & Ireland Tech Tour in Dublin tomorrow. The tour will see 27 emerging tech companies from the UK and Irel(...)

Prof Oliver Gassmann: “Too often, SMEs try to reinvent the wheel. They also tend to rely on their own resources instead of opening up innovation to external partners, and this is especially relevant in times of scarce resources.” Photograph: Tomas Tyner/UCC

Innovation is an essential element for business development and success, but many innovations fail. The key reasons for such failures, according to Pr(...)

John McSweeney: “Every industry has suffered from the advent of disruptive technologies; with the exception of electricity, but that can’t last forever. We don’t know what the disruptive technology is going to be, but we know that it’s going to come.”

From the Ardnacrusha hydroelectric scheme in the 1920s to rural electrification a few decades later and to the groundbreaking work of ESB Internationa(...)

Manufacturing technicians at Intel’s Clean Room in Fab 24 at Intel’s manufacturing facility in Leixlip. Photograph: Alan Betson/Irish Times.

At least one half of the Wintel double act seems to getting some of its mojo back.Intel, like Microsoft, made the mistake of looking at the world thro(...)

Researchers at Intel’s ‘Irish Design Centre’ in Shannon are involved in developing the most advanced silicon technology. The 2013 staff shared $22.4 million in remuneration. Photograph: Alan Betson

Pre-tax profits at the Irish R&D arm of chip giant, Intel fell by almost a quarter last year. Intel Shannon Ltd has reported profit of $4.1 millio(...)

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