Category Archives: Issues

State set to appeal Apple ruling

Following a detailed state aid investigation, the European Commission has ruled that the world’s wealthiest multinational corporation, Apple, must pay at least €13 billion (before interest) to Ireland. Commission findings outline a...

Census 2016

Census 2016 has revealed further population growth across Ireland, bringing with it a raft of challenges for infrastructure and service provision. Figures elucidate the growing housing crisis in the east while areas...

Computing ageing well under Dell

With over 30 years experience Dell are evolving to continue being a leader in technology solutions for future generations. John McCloskey, Enterprise Solutions Director Dell Ireland For more than 30 years, Dell...

Outlook for the PPP market in Ireland

After a decade of under investment in infrastructure as a result of the financial crisis, Ireland’s improved credit rating and a lack of investment opportunities across Europe means that the country’s position...

Connecting government agencies to the public

John Clancy, Head of Public Sector at Vodafone Ireland, talks to eolas about how Vodafone has made significant investment in supporting technologies and infrastructure, including the Government Cloud Network, which is providing...

Sizing up Ireland’s emergency departments

Reports that the Trauma Steering Group are to propose removing emergency trauma services from nine hospitals across Ireland has been met with opposition but as recent figures highlight a shortfall in infrastructure...

A new digital age for West Cork

Leo O’Leary, Head of Large Business at Vodafone Ireland, talks to eolas about the opening of the Ludgate Hub initiative in West Cork and its future impact on the local economy, which...

Enabling change

Capita Managed IT Solutions’ Client Services Director James Devlin and Public Sector Sales Manager Stewart Ellison talk to eolas about the IT giant’s future plans for its business in Ireland. Capita is...