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GMIT’s Dr Seamus Dowling, lecturer in Cybersecurity at GMIT Mayo, has been awarded the Fulbright Ireland TechImpact Scholarship.
There was further good news on the jobs front for Galway yesterday (Wednesday) when Hewlett Packard Enterprise named Galway as its European hub for cyber security operations.
As this first quarter in a post-Brexit era comes to a close, it has inevitably played host to a significant increase in challenges affecting Irish businesses and the trade relationship between Ireland and the UK as a result of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union on December 31st.
Since the dawn of the smartphone, we have seen a explosion of software-based innovations hosted in the cloud and delivered via mobile, that are now engrained as part of our daily lives. It’s been stated that “software is eating the world”, from Zoom to Snapchat to Netflix, software really is all around us. Our lives have become more intertwined with computer and mobile applications and it didn’t happen by magic. The most popular applications that we use on a day-by-day basis came from the minds of brilliant computer sciences graduates.
The Tech Apprenticeship programme currently offers three distinct career paths which aim to attract and grow tech talent. Apprentices not only obtain internationally recognised qualifications through CompTIA, they will also gain valuable real world, paid, work experience.
Not enough students are applying for computer programming courses that are guaranteed to lead to fulfilling and well-paid roles in an exciting and increasingly creative industry, one of the country's leading tech leaders has said this week.
Genesys (www.genesys.com), the global leader in cloud customer experience and contact centre solutions, has announced it is creating 100 new software roles in Ireland.
By Patricia Uí Fhlaithearta
It is a difficult time for our community, but life will return to normal, now is a good time to look forward and make choices to help yourself get new skills, up-skill or re-skill and be ready for a changed landscape.