Michael O Hara

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People line up at an ice cream shop in Cheswick, Pennsylvania on June 7th,  in the shadow of the GenOns Cheswick Power Station which still burns coal to produce electricity for the region.  Photograph: Jeff Swensen/Getty Images

Imagine a world in the not-too-distant future where you walk into a shop to buy a bar of chocolate. There are several different bars to choose from an(...)

The restaurants are seeking a declaration from the court that their policies cover them for losses caused by the lockdown. Photograph: iStock

About 25 restaurants have filed High Court proceedings against their insurers in relation to the losses they have incurred because of the coronavirus (...)

Michael O’Hara, managing director, DataSolutions

Irish IT distributor Data Solutions has said revenues rose by 34 per cent or €13.6 million last year to €40 million, with the company adding it remain(...)

A large number of Irish tech companies will be in attendance at next week’s event with Enterprise Ireland hosting a stand that will highlight 14 clients

Irish tech companies will be out in force next week at Mobile World Congress (MWC), the largest annual global gathering for the mobile industry. The (...)

Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor  pictured in 1990. Photograph: Reuters

Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, who parlayed beauty, diamond-studded glamour and nine marriages into a long celebrity career, died on Sunday, Variety and other(...)

Ongoing security threats have prompted companies to invest more in their  IT defences

A fifth of Irish businesses have fallen victim to ransomware attacks but the majority of firms said they would never pay a ransom, new research has f(...)

 Data Solutions managing director Michael O’Hara,    Nutanix channel manager Andrew Brewerton and Sean Fane, UK managing director of Data Solutions, at the announcement of Data Solutions’ expansion. Photograph: Colin Swain

Dublin-based Data Solutions is to invest €5 million and create 20 jobs as it seeks to triple its business over the next three years. The additional (...)

 PicoPUF was founded in 2013 by three  researchers from Queen’s University (above). Photograph: Alan Betson

The Belfast spin-out from Queen’s University’s Centre for Secure Information Technologies is the Northern Ireland start-up with the “most global comme(...)

Data: difficult to explain

The .Next Computing Forum is taking place in Dublin this Thursday, and aims to cut through technology hype and explain how the current wave of disrupt(...)

A man takes a picture of Motorola Moto X smartphones during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Photograph: REUTERS/Albert Gea

The Irish made their presence felt at Mobile World Congress 2015 (MWC), announcing multimillion-euro deals and partnerships. More than 30 Irish compa(...)

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