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New innovative tool launches for IT architects and game designers

V4Design is an EU co-funded H2020 research and innovation project launched in January 2018 and coordinated by the Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas, Greece. The project aims to reuse and repurpose visual data and texts by developing novel approaches for visual analysis, 3D reconstruction, language understanding and generation of dynamic 3D objects that can be reused as basis for design.The final goal of ...

  Friday, July 20th


€20,000 Privacy by Design Contest

The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) has launched the EDPS-IPEN Privacy by Design contest for mobile Health (mHealth) applications. The initiative aims to promote privacy engineering through the demonstration of a mHealth application implementing the “privacy by design and by default” principles, in order to create best practices that may constitute a reference for privacy-friendly development of mobile apps. The challenge to solve The ...

   Friday, July 13th


Lero researchers at UCD announce programme with Microsoft to enable future communications between deaf and non-deaf people

SFI Research Centre aims to develop virtual Irish sign language interpreter using Microsoft technologiesLero, the SFI Irish Software Research Centre and University College Dublin (UCD) have announced a research initiative with Microsoft Skype designed to enable future communications between deaf and non-deaf people.The research project, which will develop a virtual Irish sign language interpreter, is backed by Science Foundation Ireland in collaboration with ...

  Friday, July 13th


5 best Business Analyst Blogs to follow in 2018

A while back, we published our guide to the 5 best business analyst blogs to follow. While these blogs are all still brilliant resources, the online world moves so fast. There are new blogs popping up daily, and so here’s five of the best BA blogs in 2018:Bob the BA from Bob PrentissThe name may make you giggle, but Bob the BA is seriously ...

   Thursday, July 5th


Blockchain eCommerce: Building Chains of Trust

One aspect of e-commerce that is on the cusp of revolution is payments being made via blockchain technology. But can blockchain, which is at heart a distributed ledger system, itself be unchained from the volatile crypto-currency market in the public mind?

  Tuesday, July 3rd


What is Software Asset Management?

Software asset management has started to become noticed in recent years as research from Gartner has shown that organisations can use it to cut spending on software by as much as 30 percent. But what does software asset management, or SAM, actually entail? Most people would think of SAM as simply the administration of software licenses. However, it’s much more than that. It’s ...

   Friday, June 22nd


Bridging the gap between Finance & IT

Finance For IT Professionals Tutor Comac Lucey

Interdepartmental collaboration is becoming more common in the digital era, with project teams often coming from several departments. However, problems still arise as each department makes its case. Let's take the example of a new piece of internal software. For someone working in IT, the objectives will be mainly related to programming and design. Once compiled, they will then approach the finance team, who ...

  Thursday, June 21st


CEPIS Calls for Best Practice Framework for National Cybersecurity Strategies

CEPIS’ Legal and Security Issues Special Interest Network (LSI SIN) has published a new paper, Best Practices for a Journey Towards Secure Cyberspace, which evaluates the approach of different National Cybersecurity Strategies (NCSS) within the EU.The paper calls for a common European evaluation framework to help ensure a long-term strategy for reducing risks to cybersecurity between EU Member States.By comparing a selection ...

   Thursday, June 21st


New innovative tool launches for IT architects and game designers

V4Design is an EU co-funded H2020 research and innovation project launched in January 2018 and coordinated by the Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas, Greece. The project aims to reuse and repurpose visual data and texts by developing novel approaches for visual analysis, 3D reconstruction, language understanding and generation of dynamic 3D objects that can be reused as basis for design.The final goal of ...

  Friday, July 20th


Ireland joins European Blockchain Partnership

While many individual countries are way ahead in terms of having established their own blockchain associations, this is the first tentative step towards a harmonised and unified approach as too how the technology can be utilised in the private and public sectors across the single digital marketplace.Early adoption of the technology is sweeping financial markets and this will pave the way for government ...

   Tuesday, July 17th


€20,000 Privacy by Design Contest

The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) has launched the EDPS-IPEN Privacy by Design contest for mobile Health (mHealth) applications. The initiative aims to promote privacy engineering through the demonstration of a mHealth application implementing the “privacy by design and by default” principles, in order to create best practices that may constitute a reference for privacy-friendly development of mobile apps. The challenge to solve The ...

   Friday, July 13th


Lero researchers at UCD announce programme with Microsoft to enable future communications between deaf and non-deaf people

SFI Research Centre aims to develop virtual Irish sign language interpreter using Microsoft technologiesLero, the SFI Irish Software Research Centre and University College Dublin (UCD) have announced a research initiative with Microsoft Skype designed to enable future communications between deaf and non-deaf people.The research project, which will develop a virtual Irish sign language interpreter, is backed by Science Foundation Ireland in collaboration with ...

  Friday, July 13th


5 best Business Analyst Blogs to follow in 2018

A while back, we published our guide to the 5 best business analyst blogs to follow. While these blogs are all still brilliant resources, the online world moves so fast. There are new blogs popping up daily, and so here’s five of the best BA blogs in 2018:Bob the BA from Bob PrentissThe name may make you giggle, but Bob the BA is seriously ...

   Thursday, July 5th


Blockchain eCommerce: Building Chains of Trust

One aspect of e-commerce that is on the cusp of revolution is payments being made via blockchain technology. But can blockchain, which is at heart a distributed ledger system, itself be unchained from the volatile crypto-currency market in the public mind?

  Tuesday, July 3rd


What is Software Asset Management?

Software asset management has started to become noticed in recent years as research from Gartner has shown that organisations can use it to cut spending on software by as much as 30 percent. But what does software asset management, or SAM, actually entail? Most people would think of SAM as simply the administration of software licenses. However, it’s much more than that. It’s ...

   Friday, June 22nd


Bridging the gap between Finance & IT

Finance For IT Professionals Tutor Comac Lucey

Interdepartmental collaboration is becoming more common in the digital era, with project teams often coming from several departments. However, problems still arise as each department makes its case. Let's take the example of a new piece of internal software. For someone working in IT, the objectives will be mainly related to programming and design. Once compiled, they will then approach the finance team, who ...

  Thursday, June 21st