David Curtin

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A Christmas window at Brown Thomas on Grafton Street, Dublin, this year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Reports of the death of Irish retail appear to have been somewhat exaggerated, with new data published suggesting that Irish households will spend jus(...)

Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia and  David Curtin CEO IEDR  in Trinity for an Internet Day event at The Phil. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

It may just be a case of getting lost in translation but IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the group responsible for the managing and maintaining .ie domains(...)

The IE Domain Registry has commenced a public consultation on its policy requiring  applicants for a website domain to prove they have a valid claim to the name.

Ireland is considering loosening rules that oblige applicants for a website domain to prove they have a valid claim to the name. Currently, to regist(...)

More than half of the newly registered domains were filed by small and medium sized businesses

The number of .ie domains registered in the first half of the year is up 11 per cent versus the same period in 2016 and the best performance since 201(...)

A survey has revealed  that up to 64 per cent of consumers view businesses who use free email addresses as less trustworthy. Photograph: Sylvain Sonnet/Getty Images

If you are a business that relies on a free email service to keep in contact with customers, you might want to think again. New research from the IE D(...)

IEDR chief executive David Curtin said 2016 was “one of the best years” for the .ie domain in the last five years

There were 34,615 new “.ie” web domains registered in Ireland last year, representing the second highest year for new registrations since 2011. There(...)

Ireland is being hamstrung by an inadequate high-speed broadband infrastructure, said IE Domain Registry chief executive David Curtin. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The number of .ie domains registered in the first half of the year rose 6 per cent, the body responsible for overseeing Ireland’s domain name said. (...)

IEDR chief executive David Curtin: “By creating a regulated secondary market, we are providing increased access to a respected and valued domain while protecting consumers from rogue traders”

The IE Domain Registry is taking to the Irish public to get opinions on a new policy that will see website address owners permitted to sell their doma(...)

IE Domain Registry chief executive David Curtin said “E-commerce functionality is . . . just as important as any other aspect of running a business.”

New dot.ie domain registrations rose more than 13 per cent last year, with net registrations up by almost 50 per cent, the IE Domain Registry said. (...)

Some 19 per cent of SMEs are still unable to process sales online, either through a website of third-party platform. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Irish businesses are still not actively engaging in ecommerce and a sixth of small and medium-sized enterprises do not even have an online presence, a(...)

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