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Patricia Graham, Assistant Manager, Audit and Assurance, Grant Thornton Ireland  While the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccination is well under way, a return to the office and pre-pandemic life still feels like a distant dream for many. The pandemic has shone a light on the need for businesses to keep up to date with…

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Global data centre firm 5NINES has opened Northern Ireland’s largest data centre in Coleraine following a £20 million investment. The 45,000 sq ft facility, led by Paul Besley, General Manager, 5NINES NI, pictured, is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland and is based at the 40-acre Atlantic Link Enterprise Campus in the region’s first Enterprise Zone.

Global data centre firm 5NINES has opened Northern Ireland’s largest data centre in Coleraine following a £20 million investment. The 45,000 sq ft facility, which is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland, is based at the 40-acre Atlantic Link Enterprise Campus in the region’s first Enterprise Zone. The centre, situated just yards from…

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Northern Ireland startup secures £400k investment and announces job creation

SureCert, a Belfast-based startup, has secured funding of £400k to develop and launch an online platform that will revolutionise and accelerate the recruitment process in industries where a high level of verification is required. Initially, the platform will focus on nursing. With plans to create six positions in the next 12 months, SureCert is a…

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Public Relations: Leslie Dick, Management Risks Client Director at Willis Insurance and Risk is joined by Justin Bentley, JCB Consulting and Lindsey Nelson, CFC Underwriting, at a cybercrime seminar hosted by the Belfast-based broker at the new Titanic Hotel. A survey of delegates found the majority of companies they represented are not fully protected to cope with the repercussions of cyber-attack or data breaches. A quarter said they were aware their firms had sustained some level of cyber-attack in the past yet only around 40 per cent of those attending had taken out dedicated cyber insurance policies.

Firms across Northern Ireland are not fully protected to cope with the repercussions of cyber-attack or data breaches, a seminar on the subject has found. Belfast-based Willis Insurance and Risk Management (Willis IRM) brought together companies from across all sectors to hear about the growing threat from cyber criminals. A survey at the event in…

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