Dublin is in line for a jobs boost as 2 separate companies have announced over 60 new positions.
Cloud computing and mobile services firm LogMeIn is setting up a new office in the city centre with the creation of more than 50 new positions in the next 12 months.
They will be across a range of areas including sales, customer support, marketing, finance and human resources.
LogMeIn allows for remote control, file sharing, systems management, data backup, business collaboration and on-demand customer support of PCs and servers.
The firm says over 125 million devices worldwide are connected to a LogMeIn service.
Founded in 2003 it has its world headquarters just outside Boston, Massachusetts with it European headquarters based in Amsterdam.
It also has a presence in Sydney, Australia and development centres in Budapest and Szeged in Hungary.
€14.5 million investment
Meanwhile telecommunications firm Digiweb has announced its recruiting 10 new workers before the end of the year as part of a €14.5 million investment.
It will bring the total workforce at the company to 165 up from 140 at the start of the year.
The positions will be in the areas of sales, network engineering, software development and marketing.
Digiweb is a full-service communications and managed services provider and provides nationwide broadband access, enterprise data networks, data centre and web hosting services.