Technology Strategy Board, Invest Northern Ireland (Invest NI) and the
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) are to invest up to £2.75m in collaborative
feasibility studies to stimulate technology inspired ideas across four key
A new £11.3 million innovation
centre dedicated to helping Scotland capitalise on the growing market in analytics
and ‘big data’ technology is set to open later this year.
The Data Lab, the name for the
new centre funded by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) with support from in
At 9am on the 11th of May the ScotlandIS team will be donning their tartan and powering around a 21km circuit of Greater Edinburgh as part of th
The executive in charge of recruiting 250 IT workers in Scotland for industry giant CGI is confident an open source software hub will attract customers from around the world.
International is a corporate-led non-profit and their goal is to connect more
majority women owned businesses (those that are at least 51% owned, managed and
controlled by one or more women) into the corporate supply chain.
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