The company has gone from $1m to $50m in recurring revenue within three years.
The Zero Day Conference is coming to Dublin next month.
The tech giant already has nearly 2,000 staff in permanent and contract roles in Ireland.
This IT professional had to build a new network of contacts from scratch when he moved from the UK.
Nginx plans to recruit more than 100 staff in the southern city.
Barry Downes, one of Ireland’s most successful software startup founders, is behind the fund.
This entrepreneur reinvented his business after it was on the brink of folding.
Stripe and Intercom are matching public donations made to the American Civil Liberties Union.
OpenApp has agreed a five-year contract with the EU.
InsideSales.com plans to open an office in Ireland and create more than 120 jobs here.
Overcast plans to hire 70 people with the extra funding.
GamerCon will bring 20,000 gamers to the capital before going to London, Berlin and Madrid.
This former HR manager decided to ditch the corporate scene to set up her own company.
The Irish company has announced plans to hire 200 new staff.
The software company, co-founded by Dubliner Duncan Lennox, is set to expand rapidly in the US and Europe.
Mark Roden said his company, Dublin-based Ding, is aiming to grow to 10 times its current size.
The Taxback CEO’s net worth has been estimated at more than €250 million.
Ray Nolan’s e-commerce company XSellco has recently recruited senior staff from Boxever and Storyful.
The tech company, which counts Ryanair and Aer Lingus as clients, was acquired by ViaSat for an undisclosed sum.
CallidusCloud, which is listed on the Nasdaq, is based in Dublin, California.