Monthly Archives: May 2013

The silver linings of Cloud Computing

Cloud growth is rarely something that we welcome here in Ireland, but when it comes to Cloud Computing, well that’s a different story. It seems that smaller businesses are particularly enchanted by the Cloud: according to this year’s Microsoft Cloud … Continue reading

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Mind your head – Tackling mental health

There has been a noticeable shift in Irish attitudes to mental health over the last twenty years or so, and that must be considered a good thing. For many years, mental health was not particularly well understood or received in … Continue reading

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Mobiles to outnumber people by 2014

If you were looking for hard facts and figures to support the ongoing ICT/digital sector hype, then look no further. A recent report by the International Telecoms Union (ITU) showed that 2.7 billion people -approximately one-third of the world’s population … Continue reading

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Feet on the ground, head in the clouds: some advantages of the MBA

Few qualifications carry their weight both at home and abroad quite so well as the MBA. The award has  become synonymous world-wide for the competency it instills and develops in graduates when it comes to strategic business management, and those … Continue reading

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Ireland’s cultural figures from the past will figure in its future too

As it comes to terms with the economic turbulence of recent years, Ireland has entered a period of transition. The old image of a rural wilderness populated by hard working, hard living and inward-looking people was, during the brief flourish … Continue reading

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