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Minister of State Jack Chambers, visited the TechFéile event at Ionad Óige na hÉireann in County Meath. TechFéile is the largest Irish language technology event for young people aged 12–18 who attend Irish-medium schools and youth clubs, and who participate in the annual TechSpace programme with Kinia. Speaking, Minister of State Chambers said, “I am […]
Business News Technology
A new research report “The Irish Immersive Economy” launching shows that the Irish immersive technology sector is currently worth over €43 million, with significant potential for future growth as 63% of businesses in the sector expect to grow in the coming 12 months. Commissioned by Immersive Technologies Skillnet, Animation Skillnet and Screen Skillnet, all promoted […]
Education News Technology
Minister for Education Norma Foley TD announced the publication of the Digital Strategy for Schools to 2027 and the payment of €50 million in grant funding for digital technology infrastructure to all recognised primary and post-primary schools. This strategy will advance the embedding of digital technologies across teaching, learning and assessment, building on the work
Business News Technology
Guidewire have announced that it has opened its new EMEA HQ 10 years after the company opened its first office in Dublin. Based in Blanchardstown, the new office building occupies 85,000ft² and is evidence of Guidewire’s continued commitment to Ireland and its customers across Europe. Adapting to the new world of work, Guidewire is offering […]
Business News Technology
IDA Ireland in partnership with Enterprise Ireland have launched a national online searchable database to profile Irish based companies and multinational companies that have capacity in disruptive and sustainable technologies and those that want to use these technologies to change and grow their business. Funding was secured under the Public Service Innovation Fund to