Richie Bowden

Richard is a believer and advises companies on the use of Cloud services, Agile and Lean start-up principles. His focus is on innovative solutions that bring practical business benefits. He has over 18 years experience in a variety of IT roles, including over 10 years management experience working for companies such as IBM Software, Oracle & KPMG Consulting. In his various roles, his focus has been on rolling out innovative IT solutions and services, using user centered design to deliver practical business benefits. Richie is a PMI certified Project Management Professional and a certified Scrummaster.

Posts by richiebowden:

In business, there can be a ‘heroic’ view of the startup business with a perception that it’s all about pursuing […]

Cloud Arena are organising a free-to-attend seminar on Business Intelligence and Analytics in the Cloud on the afternoon of Wednesday […]

I am delighted to announce that the first of our three events for 2011 - Cloud Computing Showcase - will […]

The Definitive Cloud Debate - Feb 10th in Dublin

In a unique and landmark collaboration, the Irish Internet Association, Irish Software Association, Irish Computer Society, IBEC, Irish Software Innovation […]

Cloud Consulting Ltd. would like to invite you to the next in their series of strategic Cloud Computing briefings on […]

EuroCloud Ireland and The Irish Computer Society are organising a seminar on "Cloud Computing - Climate Change for Legal Contracts?" in the Clarion IFSC on Thursday July 1st at 7.45am with a repeat seminar at 10.30am the same morning. The interactive discussion will focus on how to address contractual matters such as service provider liability, data protection and retention as well as capacity/availability issues and their impact.

The official launch of EuroCloud Ireland is planned for Tuesday May 18th in the Aviva Stadium. EuroCloud Ireland is looking […]

Digitise the nation - call to action by the IIA

The Irish Internet Association is asking their members to share their ideas with the world to showcase their business’s skills and expertise during the upcoming the Digitise the Nation week. The Digitise the Nation campaign is to start on the week starting 17th May next. There will be themes throughout the week around which you can run activities, creating a forum for everyone to get involved in promoting web activities for the week. Each day's themes will focus on a key area of the internet in Ireland, from business productivity to connectivity, from web entrepreneurship to social media and consumers.