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Oil - the long and short of it

Jonathan Dobbin
OIL markets have struggled for direction since resurging from the lows plumbed in the first half of last year.

Now you can 'roam like you're at home'

Eric Carson
THERE was a time when the only occasion we’d have to worry about roaming charges across Europe was when we needed to keep track of our children while interrailing.

Your guide to becoming a marketing ambassador

Carol Magill
THE Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) is calling on marketers across Ireland, who are developing their skills at all levels, to join its Ireland board and become ambassadors for the world’s leading professional marketing body, champion of customer engagement and best practice.

We must better empower universities to help deliver knowledge-based economy

Claire Aiken
I WONDER what Benjamin Franklin, one of the great societal contributors in US history would make of civic leadership in our world today? As one of the founding fathers of the US, Franklin’s imprint on his community and country reached far beyond his 80 odd years, indeed it was apt, that it was he who said ‘some people die at 25 and aren’t buried until they are 75’.

Time to review your IT infrastructure and be vigilant

Trevor Bingham
Ransomware has become the threat-of-the-day for most enterprise organisations, as they struggle to keep up with the rapidly changing threat landscape and barrage of attacks from money-hungry cyber criminals and hackers.

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