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The latest crop of young men from Mayo to represent the county at minor level will get their championship up and running this evening when they take on Roscommon in Dr Hyde Park in the Connacht Championship.
Members of the business community throughout Mayo are being invited to learn more about how they can thrive through digital transformation - at an upcoming free online festival featuring leading business and technology speakers.
Members of the business community throughout Galway are being invited to learn more about how they can thrive through digital transformation at an upcoming free online festival featuring leading business and technology speakers. This year’s itag AtlanTec Festival will reflect the surge towards digital business necessitated by the pandemic and explore how more companies and organisations can equip themselves for the future of work and the changed corporate environment post Covid-19.
The jobs and cultural agency Údarás na Gaeltachta created Ireland’s biggest remote working network during the lifespan of its recent three-year strategy, adding 1,609 new jobs in the Gaeltacht areas in that time, its CEO has announced.
itag has announced Thriving through Digital Transformation as the theme of AtlanTec Festival 2021, taking place in May 17th-21st 2021.
According to Age Action half of Irish people aged between 65 and 74 have never used the internet.
If you had told me in 2019 that the next year of my school life (and possibly the year after) would be dominated by masked teachers, Microsoft programmes, and a laptop at the kitchen table, I would never have believed you. I’ll never forget the day we were told that we would not be attending school due to the pandemic. Someone from a few desks away announced how he was going to throw a massive party to celebrate “getting a few days off” – it didn’t take long for that to become a party of one. When going into lockdown for the first time I felt as if it was unlikely that I would learn anything. How wrong I was.
Leaders in public/private sectors and academia, will share their “Digital Transformation” stories at this free online event
“Any fool can handle a crisis, it’s this day-to-day living that wears you down.”
Boy racers are causing havoc in the Loughrea area, that is according to Fine Gael councillor Michael (Moegie) Maher.