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# Cloud Computing

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# Workday
Dublin cloud computing company set to create 200 new jobs in the next three years
Recruitment for some positions is already underway.
Voices
Column: Can big data save our planet’s forests?
Are we winning the fight against deforestation? Now there’s a way to check – and hold businesses and governments to account, write Oliver Mylius and Hans Zomer.
# Big Fish Closure
89 jobs in jeopardy in Cork as Big Fish Games closes Europe HQ
The company has announced a global restructuring process, and has entered into a 30-day consultation period with staff.
# Jobswatch
Salesforce.com to add 100 jobs at new Dublin office
The company, which was in the top 20 of Fortune’s Best Companies to work for, says the jobs will be in the areas of sales, marketing, IT and customer support.
# Jobswatch
Two hundred jobs to be announced for Cork
The new jobs are being provided by an IT company which already employs 3,000 people in Ireland.
# Not the News
Here is the week's news... skewed
Breaking via The Mire wire: Kim Jong-Un clings on to his place in the Dáil Technical Group, pointing Phil Hogan at North Korea and Ireland nominated by troika for fantasy government awards.
# Security
Irish businesses warned of 'significantly increased' IT security risks in 2013
Major security breaches at large international businesses such as Sony, LinkedIn, Global Payments and RSA are a warning to Irish businesses, says a leading security specialist.
# Billionaire
9 tech trends that will make someone billions this year
Mobile, social, cloud and big data technology were all big this year. They’ll get bigger next year and here’s how…
# Cloud Computing
Minister Bruton opens Cloud Computing Centre in DCU
The €6 million funded centre hopes to make Ireland a world leader in this fast-growing sector.
# Jobswatch
Cloud computing firm announces more than 50 new jobs in Dublin
LogMeln will set up a new base in Dublin in the coming months and plans to hire more than 50 new people next year.
# jobs watch
Company creates 12 new jobs by moving to the cloud
The new jobs are due to come online over the next 12 months as a direct result of the company now offering its services in the cloud.
# Home Sweet Home
High tech homes: the smart technology that helps you run your home
Fridges that recommend recipes, robot vacuums and moving the walls at the touch of a button…
# Jobswatch
Cloud computing company to create 100 jobs in Sandyford
Salesforce.com – listed by Forbes as one of the world’s best places to work – will begin recruitment immediately.
# Yer wha
Head in the clouds: Almost half of firms confused by term 'cloud computing'
Irish firms are adopting cloud computing without even realising it according to a survey.
# Jobswatch
110 technology jobs created in Galway and Dublin
Richard Bruton announces new jobs being created by data collector Datalogic and cloud computing company SourceDogg.
# In Numbers
Prime numbers: The week in stats
Debts, draw-downs, state assets and lunar rock – all of that, and more, in your weekly numerical wrap-up.
# Email
Government 'could save €10million' by using webmail
Fine Gael Senator Catherine Noone said a cloud-based email system like Gmail would save money and increase flexibility.
# Positive outlook
Small and medium businesses optimistic about economic growth in 2012
Around a third of small and medium businesses say they expect to be more successful next year than they were this year.
# Jobswatch
250 new jobs at cloud computing centre in Cork
VMware, a major cloud infrastructure company, is to establish its operations in Ballincollig where it already employs 550.
# Jobswatch
Cloud computing firm to create ten jobs in expansion
Fort Technologies is set to double the workforce at its HQ in Citywest, Dublin.
# The Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Thursday
All the news of the day, plus some bits and pieces you may have missed.
# Jobswatch
2,500 jobs unfilled in the gaming and IT industries
IT expert says there is a lack of expertise in Ireland in cloud based technologies, and that posts are lying vacant.
# Jobswatch
Dell says it will create 150 new cloud-computing jobs in Dublin and Limerick
The new jobs were announced today at government buildings.
# Jobswatch
IT firm to create 125 new jobs in Dublin
US-based Marketo specialises in revenue management, and will today confirm an ambitious expansion into Dublin.
# Chromebooks
Google unveils 'Chromebook' laptops - starting at €14 per month
The lightweight machines are built to use the web only – and mark Google’s latest assault on Microsoft’s OS domination.
# Amazon
Amazon cloud computing outage hits Reddit, FourSquare, Quora
Sites struck by outage at Amazon server based in North Virigina.
# Cloud Computing
Cloud computing could create 20,000 Irish jobs - Microsoft
A report compiled by Goodbody and commissioned by Microsoft says Ireland’s cloud computing base could be the ‘next IFSC’.