Fujitsu Ireland Earns Business Working Responsibly Mark for a Second Time Dublin, Ireland, November 15 2017 - At a special event held this morning, over 170 of Ireland’s senior business leaders gathered in Dublin Castle for the announcement of the companies who have achieved the prestigious Business Working Responsibly Mark in recognition of their sustainability and CSR practices. The Mark, which is awarded following completion of a rigorous audit process, is accredited by Business in the Community Ireland, is valid for three years and is audited by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI).
40 percent of Irish Businesses Struggle to Deliver on Digital, Losing an Average of €137,625 per Cancelled Project Dublin, Ireland, October 20 2017 - Survey reveals 70% of Irish Businesses customers expect them to be more Digital. 1 in 5 Irish Businesses Struggle to Deliver on Digital, Losing average of €831,500 per Failed Project.
1 year countdown for Irish businesses to GDPR officially begins Dublin, Ireland, May 25 2017 - Fujitsu Ireland has called on Irish businesses to take positive action in preparing for the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes in to enforcement on May 25th 2018.
Irish consumers demanding more technical innovation on the shop floor Dublin, Ireland, May 3 2017 - 71% of Irish shoppers would prefer to shop with online retailers such as Amazon or eBay if they launched physical outlets.
Fujitsu Ireland announces partnership with the National Council for the Blind Dublin, Ireland, April 20 2017 - Fujitsu has announced that the National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI) will become the company’s official charity partner. The partnership, which will last for two years, will see the ICT provider and charity actively collaborate on a number of volunteering, technical and advocacy initiatives to benefit people with sight loss.
Groundbreaking multi-disciplinary project could lead to new targeted therapies for cancer Galway, Ireland, March 2 2017 - Fujitsu, Insight Centre for Data Analytics and Systems Biology Ireland partner to develop an automated engine for predicting phosphorylation relations, important building blocks of cellular signalling networks that can be used for developing new cancer therapies.
Fujitsu Launches Comprehensive GDPR Services to Help Organizations Comply with New EU Data Protection Regulations Dublin, Ireland, February 2 2017 - Fujitsu is launching a comprehensive portfolio of services to help organizations comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new legislation, which will come into effect on May 25, 2018, introduces new obligations for all organizations – no matter where they are based – that store, process or analyze personal data of EU residents.
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