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The regulator has said it will oppose the legal challenge by Three Ireland ‘in full’

Three Ireland has initiated court action against the communications regulator ComReg over new licences for radio spectrum, which allows operators to r(...)

Four out of five Irish people saw incomes grow or stay the same in the pandemic. Covid-19 created schisms – between old and young, ill and well, ho(...)

Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Finance, said the Government would adjust existing pandemic supports for workers. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

More than 15,000 closed or restricted businesses are seeking ¤110 million in aid under the Covid support scheme launched following October’s budget, M(...)

Ryanair pleaded to be spared a recorded conviction, under the Probation of Offenders Act. File photograph: Crispin Rodwell/The Irish Times

Ryanair has been ordered to give €5,000 to charity to avoid a court conviction after a technical glitch prevented thousands of customers from opting o(...)

Karl McDermott, Three Ireland’s head of connected solutions: “You can see instantly on the portal if any asset is where it shouldn’t be.” Photograph: Naoise Culhane

A new solution that enables companies to monitor and protect both stationary and mobile assets has been launched by Three Ireland. Called 3Locate, it (...)

‘People moved to the cloud very quickly, but the criminals moved as well.’ File photograph: Getty

The shift to remote working has highlighted weaknesses in the cyber defences of even the largest and best resourced organisations. What chance everyon(...)

Three said its 5G broadband has speeds that exceeds those offered by many fixed line solutions, and can be self-installed the same day.

Three Ireland has launched its 5G broadband product, taking aim at rivals Virgin Media and Eir. The new service comes after the mobile operator made (...)

 Boots outlet in Jervis Shopping Centre: pandemic-related rent rows have included Schuh, Topshop, Field’s, Boots and New Look.  Photograph: Frank Miller

The Jervis Shopping Centre in Dublin has filed proceedings against yet another retailer in a debt row, the sixth rent dispute between the centre, owne(...)

Three in 10 chief executives pinpoint cyber as the issue that has the biggest impact on their companies today. Image: iStock

The future of cybersecurity will be linked with artificial intelligence (AI), and the speed of change will continue to accelerate says John Durcan, En(...)

“In the rush to online shopping, and to putting businesses online for the first time, businesses can overlook the regulatory side in relation to payments and the security of data”

Digital acceleration is too modest a term for the impact the pandemic has had on business activities this year. A digital explosion is more apt. (...)

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