Reading Time: 3 minutes Leaf Ireland, a subsidiary of the UK headquartered Leaf, launched its Dublin office on January 24th, 2020 in One Microsoft Place, Microsoft Ireland’s building in Sandyford. The management team presented a panel with representation from Microsoft and a customer taking part. The panel was moderated by journalist Jillian Godsil. Steven […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes On Wednesday 29 January I shall be moderating the Automation and Robotics conference in Dublin. Please find detials here. Here are my opening remarks with thanks to Forbes, PwC and Quartz for information. Future of Automation, AI and Robotics Consulting firm PwC studied last year the impact of robotics and […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Leaf Ireland, a subsidiary of the UK headquartered Leaf, is launching in Ireland on January 24th, 2020. It is managed by Chief Operations Officer Larry Doyle, a veteran in IT and most recently the founder and MD of well known Irish managed services company Netforce. Leaf already has a strong […]
Blockchain Week Ireland 2019 Kicks Off with Nationwide Launch Events in Dublin, Cork, Sligo and Galway
Reading Time: 3 minutes Today Monday 25 March we are changing our content and Monday is now a BlockChain Country Profile – and today we are looking at what is happening in blockchain in Ireland. And it coincides with a major launch – keep on reading to find out what is happening in blockchain in Ireland and let’s also think positive about Brexit!
Reading Time: < 1 minute The mis-coined expression from Alexandre Dumas’ novel The Mohicans of Paris (for which I always want to substitute the Last of the Mohicans) refers to how women are the source of all problems. I want to use this familiar expression to look for women in blockchain – whether they be problematic or […]
Reading Time: 8 minutes House music and blockchain technology is certainly an unusual combination of topics, which at first glance could not be farther apart from each other. When one allows one’s mind to wander across fields of drum beats and synthecised sounds, the hum of a blockchain’s beating core starts to make a […]
Reading Time: 7 minutes The twenty-five-minute walk from the Point Theatre, at the northernmost part of Dublin’s Docklands, to O’Connell Street in the centre of the city, once took straggling concert-goers past the dark shells of abandoned buildings and derelict houses. Dubliners over a certain age remember the traipse home along the Liffey; the […]