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How company culture made this man’s move from California to Dublin easier

Siliconrepublic.com spoke to Arturo Ruvalcaba, an audit advisory manager in Viasat, about his experiences of moving from San Diego to Dublin. Arturo Ruvalcaba is an audit advisory manager in Viasat, Dublin, but he’s only been living in the city for about three months. He moved from San Diego in California to join the company’s in-flight …

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Why go for a graduate programme?

Andrew Coulter discusses his internship with Liberty IT and why he decided to return to the company through its graduate programme. When a company treats its workers well, they’re far more likely to stick around. That has certainly been the case for Andrew Coulter, an associate software engineer at Liberty IT. While studying computer science …

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Find out why New Relic is looking for people that will add to its culture

New Relic’s Guro McCrea discusses the company’s hiring process and what it looks for in prospective candidates. What does it take not only to bag a job with New Relic, but to fit in with its employees and culture? Siliconrepublic.com spoke to the company’s senior director of EMEA solution engineering, Guro McCrea, to find out …

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PwC employees feel confident in voicing their ideas, no matter the position they hold

Juhi Shrivastava, data analytics consultant at PwC, feels confident in the open and diverse culture at PwC. For graduates of computer science and related fields, there are plenty of job opportunities out there. This is especially true in light of the steps we’ve been taking towards the future of work, where we’ll need a talented …

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Dynamic pricing virtuoso Sezin Aksoy takes on sports with real-time data influences

Buy a ticket. Attend the event. Have fun. It seems a simple process. But today’s ticket agents are doing more than selling admissions to sports games or concerts. Thanks to new data technologies, customers are tracked from the minute they first visit a sales site through to when they leave the venue after the event. This …

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More than a hairy problem: Movember builds a global organization to improve men’s health

Men are dying in startling numbers, and growing a mustache just might help. Three major causes — prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide — account for why men are dying, on average, six years earlier than women. Forty-five men die of prostate cancer every hour, and 60 males will die from suicide in the same …

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Years in the making: Carbon Black is the capstone for VMware’s security business strategy

(This article has been updated with an extended review of Carbon Black to reflect Tom Barsi’s selection as theCUBE’s Guest of the Week.) Don’t look now, but VMware Inc. has built a significant cybersecurity practice. The August acquisition of Carbon Black Inc. for $2.1 billion represented a major step forward for the network virtualization vendor’s …

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