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  • Tech stock drop does not point to a general tech collapse  May 26, 2022
    News broke yesterday that 307 jobs are facing the axe at PayPal’s Irish headquarters in Dundalk. Coming hot on the heels of the two-year global pandemic, sharply rising inflation and crashing tech share prices, this has caused a minor tremor: could the tech sector, so crucial to the Irish economy, hit the buffers? News of […]
  • Version 1’s Tom O’Connor named person of the year at Tech Excellence Awards May 26, 2022
    Version 1’s Tom O’Connor was named person of the year at the 2022 Tech Excellence Awards. Returning after a two-year hiatus, 450 IT and channel professionals gathered for the gala event at the Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire. Sidero was named company of the year while the lifetime achievement award went to Presidio’s Paschal […]
  • Google Chrome branded the least effective browser for stopping phishing attacks May 26, 2022
    Google Chrome has been revealed to be the least effective Web browser for protecting its users against accessing websites dedicated to phishing. It was the worst-performing browser across both Windows and macOS, according to the testing scores, with Firefox proving to offer the best protection across both operating systems (OS). According to the tests conducted […]
  • CWSI inks multi-million deal with Three UK May 26, 2022
    CWSI, one of Europe’s most experienced mobile and cloud security specialists, has signed a new multi-million three-year deal to provide and support a mobile security solution for Three UK. Suitable for businesses of all sizes, Three Mobile Protect is an affordable, accessible and easy-to-implement security solution for both iOS and Android devices. CWSI’s partnership with Three UK builds […]
  • Nvidia turns to liquid cooling to curb data centre energy consumption May 25, 2022
    Nvidia has announced its new strategy for reducing energy consumption in data centres with liquid cooling technology. The chip giant introduced a liquid-cooled version of its A100 compute card at Computex on Monday. The card consumes 30% less power than the air-cooled version, according to Nvidia, which appears to be preparing a full future of […]
  • Microsoft adds Power BI integrations to PowerPoint and Outlook May 25, 2022
    Microsoft has announced the addition of a Power BI add-in to PowerPoint and Outlook that will allow businesses to share live and easily manipulated data as part of office presentations. The company believes it will add an extra dimension to storytelling with data, and will replace the need for businesses to generate new screenshots from […]
  • McAfee appoints Greg Johnson as new CEO May 25, 2022
    McAfee has announced that CEO Peter Leav will step down next month and be replaced by Greg Johnson. The reason for Leav’s departure hasn’t been specifically explained by the anti-virus company, but his last day in the role will be 13 June. The appointment of Johnson, however, appears to fit with McAfee’s new business direction. […]
  • NovaUCD student entrepreneur programme kicks off May 25, 2022
    The 2022 NovaUCD Student Enterprise Competition, an intensive four-week mentoring programme for student entrepreneurs, has kicked-off witha cohort of 10 early-stage ventures and a total of 23 participants. The four-week mentoring programme, which uses the ‘lean start-up’ and ‘business model canvas’ approach, includes a series of online structured workshops and interactive workshops delivered by Rohan […]
  • Open source packages with millions of installs hacked to harvest AWS credentials May 24, 2022
    Software developers and cyber security experts have discovered a new software supply chain hack that is attempting to harvest Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud credentials. The compromise of two popular open source packages – Python’s eight-year-old CTX and PHP’s phpass – has led to developers scrambling to understand their exposure to the threat. A combined […]
  • Smithstown Light Engineering hosts immersive engineering experience for TY students May 24, 2022
    Fourth year students from Gaelcholaiste Luimnigh explored the creative world of engineering through a 3D Printing programme organised by medical device manufacturer Smithstown Light Engineering, Shannon. Designed to give students a hands-on learning with cutting edge technology, the programme kicked-off as part of STEPS Engineers Week last March. Engineers from Smithstown Light Engineering visited Gaelcholaiste […]