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Solution Centred Approach to Selling ICT – Sales Institute Breakfast Seminar

On Wednesday next, February 18, The Sales Institute is running a breakfast seminar on the ‘Solution Centred Approach to Selling ICT‘, at the O’Callaghan Alexander Hotel in Dublin at 7:30am. In most cases when you sell an ICT product or service to a customer it has a complex impact on multiple aspects of the customer’s organisation. […]

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Windows 10 Introduces ‘No Screen’ Holographic Interface

Yesterday Microsoft unveiled Windows 10, featuring greater integration across PC, Xbox and mobile devices, the Cortana speech interface and a new browser. They also demonstrated two new devices designed to take advantage of new interface features of Windows 10: the HoloLens holographic goggles and Surface Hub, an 84-inch screen with features to support working in groups. Windows 10 will be delivered […]

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Irish Government Files Amicus Brief In Microsoft Data Case

Yesterday afternoon the Irish government filed an amicus brief in the Microsoft data case. We’ve mentioned this case previously, as it has very broad ramifications for cross-jurisdictional issues surrounding data privacy and sovereignty and much more. To recap. A US court wants Microsoft to hand over customer data which is stored on servers in Ireland […]

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US Internet Industry Group Takes a Stand on Irish Data Protection

i2Coalition, the DC-based Internet Infrastructure Coalition, has signed on to an amicus brief arguing that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York failed to properly analyze the extraterritorial application of the Stored Communications Act, in the case where it ordered Microsoft to hand over emails stored on a server in Ireland. In a legal […]

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Graduates Hilary Cotter and Sarah Gavra Boland are pictured with self-defined collaborative catalyst and explorer Mark Pollock at the graduation ceremony for Enable Ireland’s Assistive Technology training programme in Microsoft Ireland’s campus in Sandyford. In addition to hosting the graduation ceremony, Microsoft also gave Enable Ireland a software donation worth €1.3 million. Photo Credit: Maxwells, Dublin

Microsoft Donates €1.3 Million of Software to Enable Ireland

Microsoft Ireland’s campus in Sandyford played host to a graduation ceremony for Enable Ireland’s Assistive Technology training programme. The Foundations in Assistive Technology programme, which is accredited by Dublin Institute of Technology, is designed to meet the needs of adults with disabilities as well as their families and carers. It also targets employers, educators, Enable […]

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Microsoft Ireland is Hiring 100 New Graduates and Interns

Microsoft Ireland today announced that it is seeking to recruit 100 top graduates for a broad range of graduate and internship positions within Microsoft’s operations in Ireland. Roles will include programme manager positions, sales opportunities, HR, legal functions as well as finance and marketing positions. On the technical side there will be opportunities for candidates […]

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Jonathan Zuck, President, ACT - the App Association

Apps, Families and Data Stored Abroad – a Podcast with Jonathan Zuck [Audio]

Kids have needs and parents have questions, and it’s not always easy to find answers to those questions in conventional app stores and marketplaces. That’s why a group of parents got together to set up MomsWithApps.com, which began with a handful of parents and developers, but is now supported by ACT – the App Association, a […]

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