Ruth McCarthy is CEO of Fexco Corporate Services. She previously specialised in financial regulation at Arthur Cox.
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HPE’s Bobby Ford believes businesses need to stop taking cyber talent from other companies and start thinking outside the box.
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Marketing analytics expert Brian Kastelein shares his tips for preparing to transition from Universal Analytics to Google Analytics 4.
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Belfast is the UK’s 'gateway city to the EU,' said The Bank of London's CEO. He also praised the city's exceptional fintech talent.
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We asked some of our Start-up of the Week participants to tell us what tools they love to use for staying in touch with colleagues.
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A new deal aims to make shopping directly from TV 'as easy as it is on social', with plans to build 'deeper commercial experiences' in future iterations.
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Gulru Atak of Citi won the leadership prize at the Deloitte Financial Services Innovation Awards while Phonovation was named overall winner.
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The new four-year undergraduate engineering course will see students work on placements with industry partners.
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Founded by a former Facebook engineer, Spell will help Reddit personalise content and ads using AI and ML.
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The Defender for individuals app is available for Microsoft 365 subscribers and offers cross-platform protection from cybersecurity threats.
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Annie Madden founded FenuHealth with her sister when they were in secondary school. Today, the company employs 11 people and exports to 15 countries.
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Managers may not realise they’re guilty of micromanagement, so it’s vital that they watch out for the signs and change their behaviour for the sake of their staff.
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The CMA said the two tech giants can exercise a 'stranglehold' in the mobile ecosystem, impacting the British tech sector and limiting choice.
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Three years after it was first launched, we look at the results of the Regional Technology Clustering Fund and how it aims to bolster SME productivity and competitiveness in Ireland.
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TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew broke the jobs news at a meeting today with IDA Ireland representatives and Taoiseach Michéal Martin.
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IDEAM's Digitalisation of Manufacturing conference will also share information on how to access EU support funding.
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This month, Asana unveiled new tools to help leaders keep teams engaged. Here's a guide on how to use them.
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Power has been vice-president of Engineers Ireland since June 2020. He will be replaced in that role by Laura Burke, director general for the Environmental Protection Agency.
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A machine learning model called Morpheus will be used to detect and classify galaxies in deep space, to help map the earliest structures in the universe.
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The three recipients of the 2022-2023 Fulbright-TechImpact awards work at Intel, NUI Galway and at a paediatrics hospital.
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Researchers from MIT worked with visually impaired London academic Daniel Hajas on prototypes that enable people to access complex data using screen-reading tech.
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A Japanese-Norwegian study of the ‘expanding hole’ optical illusion exposes how our brain fools us into making involuntary physical reactions.
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Developer Laetitia Avrot unpicks some of the common misconceptions around computing careers and shares her advice for women in tech.
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Researchers say splitting subsea cables into a sensor array ‘has the potential to transform our understanding of both shallow and deep processes inside the Earth’.
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A new antenna device developed in the UK can provide continuous ‘wide-angle’ beam steering for the next generation of comms.
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Astia CEO Sharon Vosmek spoke about the company’s Edge programme which advocates for black women founders, who are often treated differently in comparison to other CEOs.
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SheGenerate is an all-women accelerator-lite programme organised by AwakenHub. The final on 14 June will take place online.
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N26 joins a growing list of businesses turning to Stripe for its payments technology, including Klarna, Ford and Spotify.
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Driverless taxis will soon be picking up fares in San Francisco as General Motors’ Cruise pulls ahead of its autonomous tech competitors.
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Confluence Server and Data Center have been targeted by a cyberattack that exploits a flaw that allows attackers to execute code remotely.
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A tech and coding camp for kids aged eight to 15, WhizzKids began in University of Limerick in 2002 and has since spread nationwide.
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A survey co-commissioned by Irish IT services company Datapac found that SMEs in Ireland are mostly increasing their IT budgets.
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Version 1’s Samuel Stan pioneered an employee engagement event in the form of a virtual internet café for his remote and hybrid colleagues.
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BMS’s Fiona Hegarty talks about the importance of stepping out of your comfort zone to take on new opportunities.
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The Irish comms provider has made eight acquisitions in the past two years. It is eyeing further growth and plans to reach a headcount of more than 500 people.
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The VC arm of crypto giant Binance is spreading its new fund over three stages to support Web3 and blockchain entrepreneurs.
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The head of the NSA has confirmed ‘a series of operations’ in support of Ukraine, while the FBI blocked a planned cyberattack on a children’s hospital.
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Altiwave was one of 11 winners of the #MyEUspace competition, which challenged European start-ups to develop prototypes based on satellite data.
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Javier Olivan has been named as successor to the title but leadership at Meta has been overhauled amid this major exit.
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Nathaniel Chastain was charged in connection with using confidential information from the NFT marketplace for his own financial gain.
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Samantha Tobias is a student of the world heritage management and conservation course at UCD. Her illustrated essay analysed the implications of rising sea levels for the Vegaøyan archipelago.
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The letter is highly critical of crypto and Web3 technologies and directly challenges the purported potential of blockchain technologies.
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The development of the internet is quickly creating new job opportunities with their own set of in-demand skills. Here’s what you need to know.
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The 10 start-ups secured proof-of-concept funding after completing the first phase of Catalyst’s Co-Founders programme.
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As advocates rally for regulation of online platforms to ensure the safety and wellbeing of young people, research suggests that eliminating online engagement is not necessarily a healthy choice.
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After raising fresh funding, data lineage company Manta said Dublin would play ‘a critical role’ as it looks to grow its customer success teams.
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At Future Human, Intercom’s Des Traynor shared his views on start-ups in Ireland, trends in European tech and the culture within his own company.
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Some of the projects being funded include a workshop teaching AI to teens and a project exploring infectious diseases through oral testimony.
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Cambrex is acquiring the Irish business to add to its portfolio of outsourced pharma services and expand in Europe.
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More than 30,000 businesses in Galway can now avail of SIRO 10GB broadband speeds. Towns and cities around the country will benefit in the coming months.
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