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The Learning Institute, Galway, has been successful in securing funding from the Irish Computer Society, and as a result the institute is now offering a range of computer courses for beginners for just €20.
In September 2013, Avaya embarked on a new project in conjunction with ITAG (Information Technology Association Galway) Skillnet by launching a 'Job Seekers Support Programme' (JSSP). This programme was aimed solely at unemployed people and to provide them with skills which are in demand by the ICT industry.
A final year student in electrical and electronic engineering has been awarded the Avaya Prize for the best final year project in the College of Engineering at NUI Galway.
There has been a broad welcome to this week’s announcement by Cisco, a world leader in networking products, that an investment of €26 million is to be made in its Galway Research and Development (R&D) facility over the next two years bringing with it the creation of up to 115 new jobs.
In a world where staying connected has become the ‘be all and end all’ it is little wonder that businesses get tangled up in their own web of inefficient phone lines and other overly complicated communication systems resulting in money unneccessarily going down the drain. However, Avita Communications can help reduce these costs, installing the very latest technology and efficient solutions, providing more security, leaving you to get on with growing your business.
Avita Communications was launched in 2010 by Gordon Fahy and Gerry Gray. The company provides businesses nationwide with a range of managed communication services including VOIP, IP enabled telephone systems, unified communications, and networking infrastructures including local LAN services and wide area networks (WAN).
Local Kilkenny Senator, Pat O’Neill this week introduced a motion in the Senate calling for mobile phone operators and suppliers to make all information in their possession available about the health risks of mobile phones.
Galway received a significant employment boost on Tuesday when Avaya announced it is creating 75 new positions at their offices in Mervue Business Park. The jobs are part of the company’s new Customer Experience Centre, which opened with a special ribbon cutting ceremony by Michael Bayer, president of Avaya’s field operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Barry O’Leary, CEO of the Industrial Development Authority Ireland.
The Irish Primary Principals’ Network is advising parents that most schools are using TextaParent.ie to provide reliable information to parents about school closures.
If you are interested in learning how to Skype in order to keep in touch with loved ones who are away from home, Cosgallen CDP is hoping to have a class subject to interest in the near future.