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Let’s drone on!

Imelda McMillan
ONCE the preserve of the military, drones are now used in a wide range of industries, from aerial surveillance of crops, to search and rescue operations.

Brexit 'no deal' scenario could hit harder than we thought

Susan Mason
THERE was understandable alarm in the business community at the latest analysis on Brexit reported last week which indicated that Northern Ireland’s economy would be severely impacted by a ‘no deal’ scenario.

Anatomy of a pull-back

Jonathan Sloan
“Anatomy is destiny” (Sigmund Freud) :: Short and sharp (so far) NO matter how much we talk about expecting more volatility, the experience of it is always jarring.

Is Belfast ready for the co-working boom?

Declan Flynn
A NEW breed of serviced offices has revolutionised the US office market and is set to revolutionise the sector here, if the recent trends in regional UK cities follow London, a city that has become a global leader for flexible workplaces.

Tech firms need professional indemnity

Diane Johnston
NORTHERN Ireland’s economy has changed dramatically in recent decades, with the tech and new media sectors increasingly responsible for many of our economic success stories.

Cyber security – why you need to be one step ahead

Professor Ben Azvine
THE well-publicised cyber breaches of 2017 prompted forward-thinking chief executives to build cyber security into their board level conversations and make it a key pillar of their future decision making.

The challenge for big tech

Patrick McAliskey
IT has become abundantly clear that one of the more interesting stories of 2018 is going to be how ‘big tech’ responds to the crisis it is facing.

Davos showed it’s time to put women first

Roseann Kelly
AS I read the reports on Davos, I was delighted to see that women's role in both society and the workplace was again one of the key themes, while for the first time in the 48 years of the World Economic Forum, the seven co-chairs from a cross-section of businesses, politics, academia and civil society, were women.

The monkey and the typewriter

Eric Carson
MARKING a fundamental shift in the universe, after 50 iconic years the Yellow Pages will no longer have pride of place in desk drawers nationwide as it goes digital, ceasing print runs across the UK as of this year.

What are the challenges ahead for marketers?

Carol Magill
AS 2018 settles in, here I assess the key challenges marketers in Northern Ireland are likely to face in the next 12 months: :: Disruption the new norm? - A key theme for marketers in 2018 will be the disrupted nature of politics, business and culture.

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