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    • Biometrics : the future of security 

      Fleming, Marc (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      In today's ever changing world security is one of the main issues that both organisations and authorities have to look at in a more effective manner. The new wave of crime does not come from people wielding guns and wearing ...
    • The biometrics industry with emphasis on Ireland 

      Buckley, Conor (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      On September 11th 2001, a terrorist attack was launched on the United States of America, targeting one city in particular - New York. Two planes were hi-jacked and flown into the Twin Tower Office block. The devastation ...
    • Bluetooth & existing wireless solutions 

      Flynn, Robert (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      With the ever-increasing complexity and advances in technology comes a new type of wireless communication facility. Bluetooth is the name given to a wireless short-range radio wave communication technology aimed at removing ...
    • Bluetooth and its interconnectivity in the 21 st Century 

      Alshaikh, Yasmina (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The aim of this thesis is to provide a good overview of the Bluetooth technology concept. It strives to cover aspects concerning how Bluetooth will affect individuals and businesses in the twenty first Century. The ...
    • Bluetooth technology 

      Keating, Eoin (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      Bluetooth is the name given to a new technology using short-range radio links, intended to replace the cable(s) connecting portable and/ or fixed electronic devices. It is envisaged that it will allow for the replacement ...
    • Broadband communications in Ireland: availability for the corporate & SME market 

      Barry, Quentin (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      This thesis is concerned mainly with the delivery strategies for broadband technologies within Ireland. Through the course of the document I have analyses information on an Industry level, a Service Provider level and a ...
    • Bullying in the workplace 

      Johnson, Mary (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      This project was undertaken in accordance with the requirements on myself as a final year degree student, studying the NCEA BA in Human Resource Management at Portobello College, Dublin. I chose this topic as it is a ...
    • Business Continuity Planning (BCP). Good practice in BCP and its relevance for Irish sme's 

      Hughes, Nichola (Portobello College, 2003)
      The focus of this research dissertation is Business Continuity planning (BCP) with particular reference to devising a process of "good practice" and the relevance of the concept to Irish small and medium enterprises (SME's). ...
    • Business Process Reengineering (BPR) – how these projects work and the role of IT in BPR 

      Lynch, Imelda (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Business Process Reengineering has been thought of as a strategic exercise undertaken by organisations, in which they dramatically change their business processes to become more efficient, effective and gain and maintain ...
    • Business Web development 

      O'Sullivan, Kevin Joshua (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      This dissertation sets out to establish the main tasks involved in developing a Website. In order to accomplish this five main sections have been identified. Developing a business strategy is the first task in the process. ...
    • C.A.L.F.R.R. - Computer Aided Learning for Rugby Referees 

      Devitt, Eddie (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      This dissertation has been undertaken as a result of the authors ken interest in the area of Computer Aided Learning and refereeing. The aim of this report is to classify what Computer Aided Learning is, what areas has it ...
    • Can discount retailers integrate green strategies? 

      Zelli, Luca (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      The purpose of this study is to examine the impacts that green strategies have on a discount retailer; how green strategies can be marketed correctly to consumers and do green strategies have an effect on consumer ...
    • Carbon credit training 

      Ruigrok, David (Dublin Business School, 2008)
      Carbon Credit Trading is a product of the" ... 1998 Kyoto Accords on global warming, which call for reducing worldwide CO2 emissions to below 1990 levels." (Blank, 2001). The plan is a method, the merits, and or lack of ...
    • A case study of organizational structures & cultures : Batelco & Eircom 

      Janahi, Amer (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The objective of this research is to examine and identify different types of management through analyzing their organizational structures and cultures. This work will identify each kind of organizational structures and ...
    • A case study on the performance related pay system within Abbey Ireland Ltd. and an evaluation of the effectiveness of the system 

      Brennan, Michelle (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The purpose of this study is to review the performance related pay (PRP) system in operation within Abbey Ireland Ltd. and to consider if the objective of the process is being achieved. It is also intended to review the ...
    • Change management in the Irish leisure industry. A public sector perspective 

      Bonar, Redmond (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      In this paper I have carried out research in the area of Change Management in the Irish Leisure Industry. More specifically from a public sector (Local Authority) perspective so the company I have used is Kildare County ...
    • The changing face of Irish retailing 

      Bowen, Simon (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      The objective of this research was to assess the attitudes and opinions of retailers in the Irish retailing industry and their views on technology and the future of retailing. Six in-depth interviews were conducted with ...
    • CIE selection and implementation of an ERP solution 

      Kavanagh, Christopher (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      In 1996, CIE, the Semi-State body charged with providing Bus and Rail travel throughout the Republic of Ireland, had come to the conclusion that their legacy IT/IS systems were becoming obsolete and increasingly difficult ...
    • A comparative study on recent developments in codification of employment rights in Russia and Ireland : issues and perspectives 

      Poroshin, Alexey (Portobello College, 2004)
      This paper provides a comparative analysis of Russian and Irish legal systems, and examines some of the changes in employment legislation that have occurred over the last fifteen years. A critical review of the legislation ...
    • A comparison of planned systems implementation with actual implementation relative to business systems 

      Brady, Edward T.J. (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      AB of today (May '01) IBM Microelectronics Division in Dublin still receives approximately 10% of their incoming supply from Altis (approximately 400,000 microchips per week). They are still operating through the use of ...