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The makeITsecure taskforce issued a series of tips to Mayo people to promote the safer use of the internet among business, consumer, young, and family users. The taskforce highlighted to people the increased security issues associated with the internet.
Westmeath companies are being invited to apply for a website development fund offering €10,000 worth of support to 10 companies nationwide. The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the managed registry for Ireland’s official internet address ‘.ie’, has announced it will extend its €100,000 e-commerce website development fund, called Optimise, for the second year running.
The next meeting of ÁIRC (supporting children with disabilities in Mayo) will take place on Tuesday May 15 at 8pm in Breaffy House Hotel.
The next meeting of the Men's Cancer Support Group will take place in the cancer support house in Belmullet on Wednesday April 4 at 8pm.
With 98 per cent of young people in Ireland using the internet, Safer Internet Day 2012 is being used to urge families to get Webwise.
Cloud computing is where software applications, processing power, data, and potentially even artificial intelligence are accessed over the internet. Many private individuals now regularly use an online email application such as gmail, Yahoo Mail, or Hotmail. Exchanging messages and sharing photos and video on social networking sites such as Facebook is now also very common. However these types of cloud computing activities are just the beginning. Indeed, it is likely that within a couple of years the vast majority of personal home and business computing will be internet based.
ÁIRC, which was set up in 2009 is an umbrella organisation set up by parents of children with disabilities in order to support children with disabilities in Mayo through financial and emotional support.
Young people have a natural interest in using modern technologies such as internet and social networking sites like Facebook. These technologies can be very beneficial when used properly but there are some dangers too. This programme will highlight simple ways which will help to keep our children safe. The event will take place in the Mayo Education Centre, Westport Road, Castlebar on Tuesday September 27 from 7pm to 9pm. The event is free of charge. Further information from the Family Centre on 094 902 5900 or on www.thefamilycentre.com
Bloggers who write regularly for some of Spain’s most popular travel websites visited Co Westmeath recently, as guests of Tourism Ireland in Madrid.