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Why a Project Manager is Vital in Boosting Your Business

  • 26 Sep 2017

With a host of other responsibilities that will ensure that your company runs as smoothly as possible, their role within the business could benefit your company more than you may have first considered. In a project management study conducted by...

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Book to Explore the Relationship Between IT and Law in Ireland

  • 22 Sep 2017

This book is entitled, ‘Information and Communications Technology Law in Ireland’ by Dr Maria Helen Murphy and Dr Rónán Kennedy. About the Authors Dr Maria Helen Murphy is a law lecturer who teaches at the School of Law at NUI Maynooth;...

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Digital Industry Professionals Share Their Knowledge This National Coding Week

  • 21 Sep 2017

Thanks to articles on media outlets such as The Telegraph, Computer Weekly and the BBC, the widespread attention has allowed the event to gain attention, exposing people to the world of coding. Originally founded in 2014 by the former head...

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Dublin Conference Set to Teach Businesses about Cybersecurity

  • 18 Sep 2017

The event is set to take place on 1st November in the RDS concert hall, a unique venue located just outside the heart of this tech hub. The conference is chaired by the Technology Editor, Adrian Weckler, of the Independent News and Media PLC (INM),...

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Eolas are Proud Sponsors of this Year’s Paris2Nice Charity Tour

  • 8 Sep 2017

This six-day tour takes cyclists on a scenic tour of some of France’s most beautiful locations, while ultimately testing their fitness and raising thousands for charity. We are overjoyed to be one of the main sponsors for such a fantastic...

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Understanding the Role of a Business Analyst

  • 31 Aug 2017

Often seen as the bridge between the IT and business elements of your company, they are seen as the architect behind your company and its growth thanks to their insightful communication relaying information between different sectors. As a...

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Do Coding Boot Camps Really Work?

  • 30 Aug 2017

Globally, there has been a wide variety of start-up courses that you can attend in person - as well as online varieties - all promising you expert-level coding skills upon completion. However, over the last month, two of the largest and best-known...

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Why Every Business Should Have a Business Intelligence Department

  • 25 Aug 2017

However, because there is so much data relevant to your business that you can collect, the high volumes can become an issue in itself. Big data, although highly useful when used right, can leave many companies trying to figure out a way to structure...

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5 Ways to Manage Your Project Budget Effectively

  • 23 Aug 2017

Because of this, budget management often plays a large part in Project Manager jobs. That is why we have looked at five ways you can take control of your project budget before you fall victim to overspending: Budget for the Unexpected This may...

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Java 9: What You Need To Know About The Next Release

  • 22 Aug 2017

Three years since the last instalment of the programming software, Java 9 will see some massive changes to the system. Java 9 will see updates rolled across several different areas, including tools, security, deployment and language, as well as...

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An Introductory Guide To Malicious Software

  • 16 Aug 2017

Viruses, worms, Trojan horses and spyware are all various types of malware and can be detrimental to your computer system once installed. With this in mind, malicious software is still something that most people will come into contact with due to...

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The Irish IT Industry is Calling Out for Female Coders

  • 10 Aug 2017

This subject is currently a hot topic in the tech world, with much interest surrounding the reasons why the industry is not as diverse in terms of gender as other industries. The low number of females within software development, in particular, has...

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