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More than €1 million in ICT infrastructure grants for Mayo primary and post-primary schools available

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Earlier this week An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, confirmed that €1,047,797 was available to schools in Mayo to develop their information and communications technology capabilities. The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, recently made the announcement that his Department would invest €30 million in ICT infrastructure for primary and post-primary schools nationwide.

Virtual preparation can bring real interview benefits

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Q: I live in a remote region. I have a job interview early next week - I haven’t done one in years and wasn’t much good at interviews the first place. I am really worried about this one as it is a job I really want to get – jobs like this don’t come up very often in this area. ‘Get some interview training’ is the advice I am getting online – my problem, however, is that because of my location, and family duties over the next few days, I cannot travel to meet somebody. I have been offered a Skype session – can this work? (EG, email).

Under Any Old Gumtree

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MARTIN O'MEARA was a WWI hero, winning the Victoria Cross for his bravery in battle in France with the Australian Forces, but after the war his life deteriorated. Now his story is being told in Under Any Old Gumtree.

Galway companies invited to apply for e-commerce fund

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The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the managed registry for Ireland’s official Internet address .ie, has announced that its 2013 OPTIMISE e-commerce Website Development Fund is open for entries and is encouraging Galway based companies to apply.

TecSupport — the reliable partner for your IT needs

Is your business looking for a reliable IT partner to manage their IT setup and day to day IT issues?

TecSupport — the reliable partner for your IT needs

Is your business looking for a reliable IT partner to manage their IT setup and day to day IT issues?

Irish companies will succeed with e-commerce

Irish companies are lagging behind and losing massive market share to their UK  and US counterparts according to research by the .ie Domain Registry (IEDR).

Swap unwanted Christmas gifts for cash

During these challenging times it is becoming more and more important to get the best value for your euro and not to waste money on items that you don’t want.

IT professionals are slow to move from paper records

A new survey among IT professionals in Ireland and the UK has found that 86 per cent of senior IT professionals are still reliant on paper records, with over half of these (51 per cent) stating that they are very reliant. Just one per cent of respondents stated that they “hardly ever” have to rely on paper records while the remaining 13 per cent admitted being “occasionally reliant”. The research was carried out by document management software company Version One among 86 senior IT professionals across a range of UK and Irish public and private sector organisations.

Craft specialists embrace technology

Nicholas Mosse Pottery, one of the county’s leading craft brands, is embracing technology with their decision to adopt a new IT backup software developed in Ireland.

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