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Galway IT company celebrates twenty-five-year milestone

One of Ireland’s longest established technology companies, Galway-based Vulcan Solutions, celebrates 25 years in business this month.

GMIT software development students win top awards

GMIT students are winning top awards in software development competitions across the country.

Digital award for Castlebar school

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny will visit St Patrick’s Boys National School in Castlebar to present pupils and teachers there with an award for digital excellence.

Clocking up the miles was crucial in Project Joe

We will call him Joe (because that’s not his real name, with a passing doff of the cap to Con Houlihan). Joe is a salesman. He took up the redundancy offer last May. Summer holidays beckoned, and he was happy to spend a few months hanging out, for the want of a better phrase, with his seven year-old son.

Minister Bruton launches €88 million SFI data analytics research centre

Insight, a new research centre for data analytics run by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), has been officially announced by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation Richard Bruton and the Minister for Research and Innovation Sean Sherlock.

Exports from Westmeath worth over €615 million

Three Westmeath companies exported goods to the value of €615 million in the past year, placing them in Ireland’s top 250 exporters for 2013.

Bing shows off Ballynahinch lake to 12.7 million searchers

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Microsoft search engine Bing is always on the lookout for inventive and interesting regional images to feature on the homepage, with the aim to encourage Britons to get out and see more of the great outdoors.

Mullingar Chamber Cloud Technology event a success

Earlier this week Mullingar Chamber of Commerce hosted an event on cloud technology in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar.

Galway software company Vulcan Solutions in new home

Vulcan Solutions, one of Galway’s longest established technology companies, has moved its development centre from Parkmore East to the Headford Point building on the Headford Road.


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