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  • Thu
    03
    Sep
    2015

    TechXplore


    The Life Church, Bruce Street, Belfast


    TechXplore is Belfast’s largest home-grown technology event and this year offers an unmatched number of speakers and events including multiple opportunities to meet industry experts and investors. 2015’s event also includes Belfast’s first ever TechCabaret showcasing a tech take on comedy and music.

    The event is now Belfast’s largest and best-value home-grown technology event and has the sole aim of helping and inspiring people across Belfast, the UK and Ireland to bring their tech ideas to the world.

    For more information visit http://www.techxplore.co.

  • Tue
    15
    Sep
    2015
    Fri
    18
    Sep
    2015

    Predict


    RDS, Dublin


    Predict is a three-day data and predictive analytics conference finishing with a full one day workshop with John Elder.

    Predict is unique in its approach. It is a holistic, continuous experience – combining inspiration, a learning Series, face-to-face serendipity and hands-on data innovation.

    The conference is made up of four series:

    Inspire – Speaker Series
    Meet – Connector Series
    Learn – Knowledge Series
    Empower – Data Series

    For more information visit http://predictconference.com.

     

  • Thu
    17
    Sep
    2015

    IVI Autumn 2015 Summit


    Carton House, Kildare


    Do you have 21st century technology but a 20th century corporate structure? Are you equipped to attract, develop and retain digital talent? Do you know what it takes to lead in an era of digital transformation?

    According to the Harvey Nash 2015 CIO Survey, digital innovation is dominating the agenda of technology leaders, but many companies are struggling to manage it. The pace of digital and the race to innovate has left many organisations lacking an enterprise-wide digital strategy and desperately seeking to acquire the right skills and talent.

    This Autumn’s IVI (Innovation Value Institute) Summit focuses on the key priority of developing IT management skills and organisational capabilities for today’s digital organisations. The most important component to optimising a company’s capability in leveraging its technology investments is its people. Skills and talent are in short supply as mobile, social and analytical tools permeate the length and breadth of every function across the organisation. Missing digital skills are a key hurdle to digital business transformation.

    The 2015 Summit will hear best practice from top companies including the many natioanl and international organisations the IVI has worked with in researching and delivering increased capability to expand and develop this priority area. The IVI will also launch a major research finding at the conference on the relationship between increased capability in managing technology and the level and type of skills that are needed by the organisation.

    Key Agenda Topics Include:

    •Connected, Inclusive & Creative: Towards Ireland’s Digital Future delivered by Ireland’s Digital Champion, Lord David Puttnam
    •Finding & building the talent to get there – hiring, integrating, nurturing & developing talent in leading the drive to digital
    •New thinking & approaches to talent management
    •The European perspective: E-skills Manifesto: Joining forces & working together
    •Case Study: IVI IT Capability Management Framework for success in talent management
    •The digital talent challenge: How disruptive digital technologies are creating new working environments & demanding new skills forcing companies to adjust and innovate. What talent challenges do organisations face as they adopt technology-driven business models?
    •Diversity and why it matters
    •Digital transformation through e-Leadership: Perspectives of the CIO
    •The 3 killer capabilities that define successful digital leadership
    •Where will the digital leaders come from? How can a business be confident it has the right talent & leadership models in place to deliver its future strategy?

    Who Should Attend?
    This international conference is aimed at all business and IT professionals involved in technology, innovation, HR and skills management.

    The IVI annual Autumn Summit attracts senior corporate and IT decision-makers in Ireland and internationally. Speakers provide thought-leadership insights into the frameworks, tools and best practices for managing IT value and IT-enabled innovation.

    Organisations who have attended past Summits include:
    An Garda Siochana, Accenture, Analytics Engines, API Transport, Archtexx, BNY Mellon, Bord na Mona, BearingPoint, Boston Consulting, Canada Life, Irish Life, Careerbud, Casseo Limited, Central Bank of Ireland, CSO, Citi, CEPIS Chevron, CIE, Cisco, Coillte, Cornerstone Research International, CPL, CRH, DCU, Dell Inc, Deloitte, Dept. Of Agriculture, Food & Marine, Digital Skills Academy ,DLGI, eBay, EMC, Enterprise Ireland, Electric Ireland/ESB, EY, Fexco, Fujitsu, Generali, Genworth, Genzyme Globoforce, Greencore, Harmonic, Huawei, IDSC, ILIM, Intel, Interaction, Intune Networks, iQuate, Irish Life IS Consulting, Kingspan, Maat Consulting Ltd, Mandiant Ireland, Microsoft, Musgrave, Novartas, Oracle, Origin Enterprises, Revenue Commissioners, SAS, SEAI, SIAC, Sigmar Spencer, Symphony Teleca, TCD, UPC, UDC Healthcare, Version 1, Xilinx

    See more at: http://www.ivisummit.ie

  • Wed
    30
    Sep
    2015
    Fri
    02
    Oct
    2015

    Rebase


    Royal Hospital Kilmainham, National College of Art and Design


    Great design happens at the points of intersection – between art, science and technology. Rebase is a conference for designers who like to connect the dots.

    For more information visit http://rebase.ie.

  • Wed
    30
    Sep
    2015

    National eHealth Summit


    Carton House, Co Kildare


    Our healthcare system is one of the most technology dependent parts of  our economy and yet, one of the most primitive.

    It is over 18 months since the publication of the National eHealth Strategy. But, while the framework may now be in place, changing organisational culture and the habits of a lifetime can be a long and laborious task. So, what has been the reaction and progress on the ground? Do our health professionals still very much rely on the old pen and clipboard or are they successfully and efficiently moving into the digital age?

    The inaugural National eHealth Summit in 2014 focused on the framework, but this year, we focus on adoption i.e. are the key stakeholders buying in to the National eHealth Strategy and moving away from paper based to technology based solutions? And, if not, why not? And, if not, how can we convince them of the merits of making the transition?

    The 2014 Inaugural National eHealth Summit provided a unique forum that brought together the main stakeholders of the ehealth ecosystem to discuss and debate the critical issues in making Ireland’s National eHealth Strategy a reality. Enthusiastically received by the industry, feedback was overwhelmingly positive. And as organisers, iQuest and The Sunday Business Post, wish to grow and develop the summit this year to provide attendees with a fully comprehensive, educational and enriching conference experience.

    2014 Attendees included delegates from:
    Department of Health, The Beacon Hospital, Health Service Executive, Servisource Healthcare, Performation Ireland & UK, Rotunda Hospital, Trinity College Dublin, Kefron, VHI Healthcare, Cerner Ireland, Temple St. Children’s University Hospital, Oracle, AIB Corporate Banking, Barrington’s Hospital, Uniphar Group, Abbey Healthcare, i360 Medical, Age Friendly Ireland, National Epilepsy Programme, Wincanton Records Management, Accenture, Deloitte & Touche, GlaxoSmithKline, Bon Secours Health System, Grant Thornton, Medray Imaging Systems, Northgate Public Services, McKesson, National Disability Authority, Business Information Systems, Enterprise Ireland, National Ambulance Service, NUIG, Ace Health, Health & Social Care Board Northern Ireland, Gartner, Irish Blood Transfusion Service, McLernon Computers, Mater Private Hospital, Janssen, Microsoft Ireland, Bearing Point, AssessPatients.com, Irish College of General Practitioners, Kainos, TEKenable, Helix Heal th and Boehringer Ingelheim Ireland……..

    If you work in health IT or have a close interest in the use of information in healthcare, eHealth 2015 is a must-go event for you. In addition, we also expect to see healthcare leaders, managers and clinicians involved in the design and delivery of services and those involved in the specification, procurement, management and front line use of information systems such as:
    • Directors and heads of IT and ICT
    • Information security directors
    • Heads of information governance
    • Chief Information Officers (CIOs)
    • GPs
    • Healthcare managers
    • Data centre managers
    • Hospital managers & CEOs
    • Finance directors
    • Clinical & medical directors
    • eHealth & telehealth care project managers
    • Private healthcare sector
    • Health policy makers
    • Those with an interest in healthcare interoperability

    As healthcare is about to enter the digital era, join your peers for a day of stimulating insights, ideas and analysis on how technology is changing healthcare and applying its uses for the enhancement of service delivery and patient care.

    For more information visit http://www.ehealthsummit.ie/

  • Mon
    05
    Oct
    2015
    Sat
    10
    Oct
    2015

    Startup Gathering 2015


    Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Waterford


    Startup Gathering 2015 is a series of 50 events held across five counties led by Startup Ireland, a public private not-for-profit partnership dedicated to the goal of making Ireland the best place in the world to create and scale a startup.

    Under the theme Start, Scale & Succeed from Ireland, Startup Gathering 2015 aims to:

    •          Promote entrepreneurship and help identify entrepreneurial talent at an early stage across the country
    •          Help develop world class regional startup hubs around the existing strengths in each region to accelerate the growth of startups and scaleups in Ireland
    •          Raise the international profile of the startup sector in each region of Ireland to global entrepreneurs, investors and R&D teams

    For more information visit www.startupireland.ie.

  • Wed
    21
    Oct
    2015

    Learn Inbound

    4pm

    The Academy, 57 Abbey Street Middle, Dublin 1


    The latest in the Learn Inbound series will start with an SEMrush workshop, provided by Elizaveta Lavrienko, showing how the tool can be used to help gather data and inform your strategic decisions. This will be followed with fantastic talks by Rand Fishkin of Moz, Wil Reynolds of Seer Interactive, Gianluca Fiorelli of ILoveSEO.net and Bas van den Beld of State of Digital.

    For more information visit http://learninbound.com/dublin/.

     


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