Technology

Technology Giant Microsoft to Announce 600 Irish Jobs

Technology giant Microsoft is expected to create 500 jobs at its new inside sales centre in Dublin, with a further 100 positions emerging across existing operations in their Sandyford offices.

700 Technology Jobs Announced

A staggering seven-hundred technology jobs have been announced for Dublin today by three companies in the technology and medical device sectors. The companies include Voxpro, LinkedIn and West Pharmaceutical Services.

New Data Centre in Limerick Generates More Employment Opportunities

ACI Worldwide, a leading global provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions, has opened a new European data centre in Limerick in order to expand capacity for European customers.

Casa Systems Expands European Footprint to Limerick

Casa Systems, a leading provider of fixed, mobile and Wi-Fi ultra-broadband solutions, is to create 50 new jobs over the next three years at its new international operations which will be located in the National Technology Park in Limerick.

Irish Medtech Company Oneview Makes An Exciting Announcement

Irish Healthcare company Oneview has announced that during the course of 2016 they will employ 50 new staff in Dublin and a further 50 across the company’s international offices. Oneview Healthcare is an Irish medtech group which has plans to expand its technology out in to some of the top hospitals in the United States.

Irish Technology Company Brite:Bill Acquired by Amdocs

Amdocs, the market leader in customer experience solutions, has today announced the acquisition of Brite:Bill, one of Ireland’s leading technology companies which is based in Dublin.

Enterprise Ireland International Trade Missions Set to Double

Enterprise Ireland seeks to help exporters find new markets in the wake of the UK referendum. The number of ministerial-led trade missions & events are set to increase by the end of 2016, with 26 planned to take place in the coming months. The overall quantity of trade missions planned for this year will double those that took place in 2015.

Dublin Startup iTagged to Create 20 New Technology Jobs

The company is looking to hire people in Software Development, Marketing and R&D over the next year in its Dublin office with recruitment also planned for its US based office.

IBM To Create up to 40 New Jobs at Global Software Services Centre in Mulhuddart

The roles will include project management, business operations, and finance, in addition to recruiting candidates with particular language skills.

Opensource Software and The New Tech Culture

But this revolution is culturally different than the preceding changes that brought the world a PC in every home and broadband to every user.