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Not enough students are applying for computer programming courses that are guaranteed to lead to fulfilling and well-paid roles in an exciting and increasingly creative industry, one of the country's leading tech leaders has said this week.
September is coming to an end and many of us will be getting into the mindset of work that can mysteriously disappear during the relaxing days of summer.
Irish owned IT solutions and managed services company, Arkphire, has announced its plans to accelerate the development of its cloud services business in the West of Ireland, with the creation of 15 new jobs.
Business owners, self-employed persons, entrepreneurs, however we like to label ourselves, we have three things in common: Most of us love what we do. And we love getting paid for it. It’s the bits in between we don’t care for much.
No matter what industry you operate in, or the size of your company, in today’s fast moving society, if you haven’t yet embraced the cloud then your company is missing a major trick.
A free digital marketing event covering Lead Generation, SEO and Cloud will take place on April 23 in the Connacht Hotel from 9.30am to 1pm. This is being funded by Galway Executive Skillnet, the event will cover Lead Generation, SEO and Cloud with guest speaker and well-known social media trainer Damien Mulley.
Earlier this week Mullingar Chamber of Commerce hosted an event on cloud technology in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar.
Cloud Computing and Digital Marketing are the Buzz words in today’s business community. An opportunity to demystify cloud technology and digital media is being offered on October 11 in Pillo Hotel Galway from 8am – 11am. This free event will include a networking breakfast at 8am
A research programme in cloud computing involving the Software Research Institute at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has received €1.2 million in funding from the Government.
NUI Galway and Hewlett-Packard have announced a new master of science degree in Cloud Computing Research. Identified by the Government, Forfás and the IDA as one of the best potential high-value growth areas for Ireland, and a vehicle for future jobs, cloud computing is set to provide a new generation of infrastructure, services and solutions for businesses.