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IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan said SAP’s investment in Ireland and “ongoing education initiatives” had “greatly enhanced Ireland’s technology ecosystem”. Photograph: Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images

Global business software maker SAP plans to create an additional 150 jobs in Ireland over the next 18 months to enhance its services offering and to s(...)

The majority of Irish organisations are outsourcing some of their services, with 80% saying they outsourced back-up, storage, security or print services

Irish businesses can expect to wait up to 40 hours to recover lost critical data, but more than a quarter of companies never check their disaster reco(...)

Apprentices typically combine college days and academic training with real work experience. Photograph: Getty.

The success or otherwise of those receiving their Leaving Cert results will be judged in large measure, by the students themselves, their schools, the(...)

CAO countdown: To help meet the demand for ICT skills, higher education institutions are offering a range of courses. Photograph: Getty Images

A surge of applications for third-level courses is expected on Friday ahead of the 5.15pm deadline for CAO change-of-mind applications. A record 76,0(...)

Opportunities: a  qualification in a Stem subject is a good career launchpad.   Photograph: Jetta Productions/Getty

With more students opting for science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) degrees, what’s the best route? Should you go for a specialised Stem c(...)

 Garda commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan: report reveals significant communication breakdown involving O’Sullivan, as well as other key Garda personnel.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Important information circulating within An Garda Síochána about the extent of the covert system used by the Garda to illegally record calls to statio(...)

Gaia Dempsey, managing director of DAQRI International, speaking to students at a Smart Futures talk

Managed by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) in partnership with Engineers Ireland, the Smart Futures programme is aimed at promoting science, technolo(...)

Cloud Computing: Even though the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform launched a revised public service ICT strategy in January, the announcement on March 16th that the GCSC project was being abandoned caught many by surprise. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Technology companies, rather than taxpayers, ended up carrying the cost of the decision to cancel a major cloud computing plan for the public sector, (...)

 Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs  at the publication of the IDA 2014 end of year update on FDI trends in Ireland and outlook for foreign investment in 2015. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

US software company Guidewire has announced plans to expand its Dublin operation with the creation of up to 80 new jobs.The firm, which develops softw(...)

Intel Leixlip: the company has spent in the region of $5 billion (€3.7 billion) upgrading its Leixlip operations over the last three years in preparation for production of its new, ultra-compact 14 nanometer transistors in the coming months. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Short-term competitiveness is important, but companies who lose sight of long-term industry developments risk getting left behind. That’s the warning (...)

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