MIS at UCD News Items
Announcement of professorial appointment to the UCD School of Business
An overview of the goals of the MSc in iBusiness at UCD Smurfit School
From the Dublin Castle event hosted by Education in Ireland for Indian Students
Video presentation from the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) in Orlando, FL on 18 December 2012.
Accenture note the increasing shortage of skills in the Business Analytics sector.
A recording of the Moran-Introna lecture from Triangular 2008...
Realex Payment's new city centre office in Dublin is opened by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
A resource put together by the organisers and participants of the ICIS 2012 workshop on Information Infrastructures.
The new collaborative workspace opens for use.
by Golden Krishna in The Cooper Journal
"how to become a programmer?" or "what programming language is the best to learn?"
From the _ZILVERLINE BLOG
The Sixth Quadrangular Conference for emerging scholars of 'the social', society, organisation and technology
Slate's "News Dots" presents a constantly updated view of the day's news events as a network.
In the latest edition of MISQ Executive
Effective story telling with slideware the focus of Clear Presentation Design
The Dublin Web Summit
Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, Dean of UCD School of Business presents Colm Lyon BComm MMangtsc(85) alumnus of the year
Two cases from the growing field of geo-information management, representing two different paradigms, are discussed: Spatial Data Infrastructure and Human Sensor Web.
Chris Horn points out that hi-tech is back -- and it has plenty of varied job opportunities. 'Most established organisations are hierarchical -- but the tech sector thrives on disruption, creativity and improvisation...'. There was a 30 per cent increase in the number of companies investing in Ireland for the very first time, choosing this country over alternative locations. And yet it could have been so much better. In a live interview on RTE's News at One on January 5 last, the CEO of the IDA, Barry O'Leary, noted that "there would have been more than 13,000 new jobs last year if there had been a greater availability in the skills arena".