Magnet Networks  has been bought by the Irish Infrastructure Fund’s Speed Fibre Group.

Former senior Digicel executive John Delves will take over as managing director of telecommunications company Magnet Networks following its takeover b(...)

Grattan Business Park is  located 8km from Dublin city centre and just minutes from the M50 and M1.

With prime headline rents in Dublin’s north city suburbs standing at €20.99 per sq ft (€226 per sq m), prospective occupiers may be interested in the (...)

Nicola Mortimer of Three Ireland: “Your employees should think of passwords like their underwear: don’t leave them on the desk, don’t show them to other people and change them regularly.”
Protect, prevent, comply

The worldwide WannaCry attack in May of this year put internet security and cybercrime at the top of the public agenda, with major institutions, inclu(...)

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Six major film and TV studios have secured injunctions directing internet service providers to block access to websites involved in illegal streaming (...)

The definition of wellbeing in the workplace covers everything from free fruit snacks and healthy food options in the canteen to providing quiet spaces to think or relax.

Organisations that want to retain staff could do worse than splash some cash on wellbeing initiatives in the workplace. Why? Because six out of 10 emp(...)

The Commercial Court heard yesterday that as many as 1.3 million people here may be involved in illegally accessing the work of six film and TV studios

More than a million people who illegally stream films and TV shows from the internet face having their online access cut off or severely reduced if a(...)

Sony Pictures Television: one of six major film and TV studios taking action against nine ISPs over internet users illegal downloading films and other products. Photograph: Getty

Up to 1.3 million people living in the State may be involved in illegally accessing the work of six film and TV studios via various websites, a court (...)

AerTV is in discussions with “a number of other broadcasters” over data-sharing deals similar to the one it has just struck with RTÉ.

RTÉ has struck a deal with broadcast streaming website AerTV to buy data about the online habits of people who watch the national broadcaster’s progra(...)