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#Software

From Business ETC This Cork firm is going on a hiring drive - and new developers can all expect their own offices Software

This Cork firm is going on a hiring drive - and new developers can all expect their own offices

Teamwork has announced plans to hire new coders, sales and support staff.

From TheJournal.ie AIB business customers are still facing outages after two days of disruptions On The Blink

AIB business customers are still facing outages after two days of disruptions

The bank’s online service for companies has been on the blink since Monday.

From Business ETC AIB business customers are still facing outages after two days of disruptions Software

AIB business customers are still facing outages after two days of disruptions

The bank’s online service for companies has been on the blink since Monday.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the Irish startups that are disrupting the business of death Startups

Meet the Irish startups that are disrupting the business of death

These companies are trying to shake up the lucrative but slow-moving funeral industry.

From Business ETC Meet the Irish startups that are disrupting the business of death Startups

Meet the Irish startups that are disrupting the business of death

These companies are trying to shake up the lucrative but slow-moving funeral industry.

From Business ETC Dublin startup Brite:Bill racked up €3.6m profit before huge sale to Israeli multinational Internet

Dublin startup Brite:Bill racked up €3.6m profit before huge sale to Israeli multinational

The company reportedly fetched as much as €70m in the deal.

From Business ETC Smaller firms underestimate the power of 'the cloud' - it helps you compete with the big players Insights

Smaller firms underestimate the power of 'the cloud' - it helps you compete with the big players

Growing businesses can easily scale their operations through web-based technology.

From Business ETC Version 1 has a hit list of firms to buy as it targets turnover of €1 billion Software

Version 1 has a hit list of firms to buy as it targets turnover of €1 billion

The software company recently pulled off another deal to acquire a UK company.

From Business ETC 'When my friend was attacked, we developed a way to protect people responding to alarms' Data And Security

'When my friend was attacked, we developed a way to protect people responding to alarms'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Carlow security firm Netwatch.

From Business ETC 'Building a team in Silicon Valley is extraordinarily difficult and expensive' Software

'Building a team in Silicon Valley is extraordinarily difficult and expensive'

Despite having its HQ in the US, Swrve’s co-founder says Ireland is the place to build a great product.

From Business ETC Bank of Ireland will invest a fortune in new software in a bid to stay competitive Finance

Bank of Ireland will invest a fortune in new software in a bid to stay competitive

The organisation currently spends around €400 million each year on digital infrastructure.

From Business ETC A Swiss software company is investing big in its new Blanchardstown development centre Software

A Swiss software company is investing big in its new Blanchardstown development centre

Tech firm SoftwareOne has announced plans to pump €16 million into Irish operations and hire a raft of developers.

From Business ETC An Irish billing software firm has been snapped up by a Nasdaq-listed company Software

An Irish billing software firm has been snapped up by a Nasdaq-listed company

Brite:Bill and two other companies were acquired in a deal worth roughly $260 million.

From TheJournal.ie These are the ways your iPhone will change when iOS 10 arrives Changes

These are the ways your iPhone will change when iOS 10 arrives

The next edition of iOS will arrive later this month and will bring with it a few changes to the tried-and-trusted formula

From Business ETC Despite a big hike in profits, Cisco is taking the axe to its global workforce Hardware

Despite a big hike in profits, Cisco is taking the axe to its global workforce

The company is the latest being forced to adjust to the shift towards cloud-computing technology.

From Business ETC Google has launched a new video-chat app to take on Skype Software

Google has launched a new video-chat app to take on Skype

The software giant will compete with similar services from all its major rivals.

From TheJournal.ie Microsoft has bought a startup that's putting a different spin on gaming as a spectator sport Software

Microsoft has bought a startup that's putting a different spin on gaming as a spectator sport

The software giant is buying Beam, despite the company only launching in January.

From The42 Microsoft has bought a startup that's putting a different spin on gaming as a spectator sport Software

Microsoft has bought a startup that's putting a different spin on gaming as a spectator sport

The software giant is buying Beam, despite the company only launching in January.

From Business ETC Microsoft has bought a startup that's putting a different spin on gaming as a spectator sport Software

Microsoft has bought a startup that's putting a different spin on gaming as a spectator sport

The software giant is buying Beam, despite the company only launching in January.

From Business ETC 'The first day staff in the warehouse use our voice software is always a disaster. They are terrified' Manufacturing

'The first day staff in the warehouse use our voice software is always a disaster. They are terrified'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series we profile logistics tech firm Heavey RF.

From Business ETC One of Facebook and Airbnb's early backers is putting its money into Limerick's Teckro Software

One of Facebook and Airbnb's early backers is putting its money into Limerick's Teckro

Despite being little more than a year old, the startup has already raised nearly $8 million from investors.

From Business ETC 'We weathered the carnage of the dot-com crash and it made us more chastened in our approach' Insights

'We weathered the carnage of the dot-com crash and it made us more chastened in our approach'

The last great tech crash taught this security firm valuable lessons about having a sustainable business.

From Business ETC Salesforce paid $750m for a 45-person startup because it wanted the company's CEO Software

Salesforce paid $750m for a 45-person startup because it wanted the company's CEO

Marc Benioff, who heads the business software giant, is a big fan of Google Maps creator Bret Taylor.

From TheJournal.ie Verizon is about to splurge over $2.4bn on Dublin-based company Fleetmatics Software

Verizon is about to splurge over $2.4bn on Dublin-based company Fleetmatics

The deal is expected to be completed before the end of the year.

From Business ETC After acquiring Yahoo, Verizon is about to splurge $2.4bn on Dublin-based Fleetmatics Software

After acquiring Yahoo, Verizon is about to splurge $2.4bn on Dublin-based Fleetmatics

The deal is expected to be completed before the end of the year.

From Business ETC Kid-safe marketing tech and life as a VC: What Dylan Collins has been up to Marketing

Kid-safe marketing tech and life as a VC: What Dylan Collins has been up to

The gaming entrepreneur has developed the first child-friendly digital advertising platform.

From Business ETC Facebook faces a multi-billion euro tax bill over its Irish operations Social Media

Facebook faces a multi-billion euro tax bill over its Irish operations

US officals are investigating how the social media giant has gone about shifting its assets here.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook is facing a multi-billion euro tax bill over its Irish operations Social Media

Facebook is facing a multi-billion euro tax bill over its Irish operations

US officals are investigating how the social media giant has gone about shifting its assets here.

From Business ETC Google is losing billions on its 'moonshot factory' Hardware

Google is losing billions on its 'moonshot factory'

It has been pumping billions into long bets – from self-driving cars to converting seawater into petrol.

From Business ETC With iPhone sales flagging, Apple's future lies in selling its services Hardware

With iPhone sales flagging, Apple's future lies in selling its services

The company’s hardware business is in decline across the board.

From Business ETC Nintendo has taken a dive after confirming Pokémon Go won't be its gold mine Software

Nintendo has taken a dive after confirming Pokémon Go won't be its gold mine

The gaming company’s value doubled as investors got caught up in the hysteria around the title.

From Business ETC Kerry startup Mobacar looks to dominate car hire bookings after closing a major funding round Transport

Kerry startup Mobacar looks to dominate car hire bookings after closing a major funding round

The company has raised several million euro to help commercialise its technology.

From Business ETC The trials of luring fast-growing firms to the 'slow-moving machine' of the Irish Stock Exchange Finance

The trials of luring fast-growing firms to the 'slow-moving machine' of the Irish Stock Exchange

The local market has been taking firms back to school in a bid to get more listings.

From Business ETC A Carlow security firm has eyes for the US after raising a huge €20 million Data And Security

A Carlow security firm has eyes for the US after raising a huge €20 million

Netwatch wants to spend its latest round of investment on taking a larger chunk of the US and UK market.

From Business ETC GIVEAWAY: We've got free tickets to Dublin's new global tech conference Internet

GIVEAWAY: We've got free tickets to Dublin's new global tech conference

The Dublin Tech Summit is coming to the capital in February.

From TheJournal.ie Recruiters are selling a post-recession Ireland to expats, but it's not quite a jobs nirvana Tempted Home

Recruiters are selling a post-recession Ireland to expats, but it's not quite a jobs nirvana

While there are big vacancies in some sectors, emigrants need to be realistic about what they’re returning to.

From TheJournal.ie Defence Forces to review data rules after officer loses crucial notes Unsecure Location

Defence Forces to review data rules after officer loses crucial notes

A report from Ireland’s privacy watchdog also shows Facebook brought in new policies after ‘intense’ negotiations.

From Business ETC The Defence Forces will review its data protection rules after an officer lost crucial notes Internet

The Defence Forces will review its data protection rules after an officer lost crucial notes

A report from Ireland’s privacy watchdog also shows Facebook brought in new policies after ‘intense’ negotiations.

From Business ETC A huge boost in software sales is driving record exports by Irish companies Policy

A huge boost in software sales is driving record exports by Irish companies

Enterprise Ireland’s clients cracked €20 billion in trade last year for the first time.

From Business ETC 'I've had a few ideas for startups, from white-collar MMA to game-based business software' Insights

'I've had a few ideas for startups, from white-collar MMA to game-based business software'

There is no best idea for a new company – the key is what you can make happen.