Chambers Ireland has today urged Government to focus investment in the Institute of Technology sector. In particular, they requested greater focus on crucial capital projects along with calling on Institutes of Technology (IoTs) to renew their concentration on industry focused training and education.
The divide between designers and developers will be tackled by senior speakers from Intel, IBM and Ryanair at a major tech conference in Dublin this November.
The latest offering from the masters of mobile for the over 65’s has plenty of features and applications to make the silver surfer even more tech-savvy.
Fitbit, Inc. an American company known for its development of products connected to the health and fitness industry, has announced the opening of its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters in Dublin.
Tech company EMIT has announced its implementation of a comprehensive managed IT security service for homeless charity Depaul.
A newly launched programme, Teen-Turn, is aiming to encourage further involvement of women in STEM sectors by exposing teenage girls to technology based roles.
Australian tech company SiteMinder will today formally announce the opening of its new office in downtown Galway alongside Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD.