The importance of STEM — science, technology, engineering and maths — is a well established fact of modern life, writes John Daly.
Checking your symptoms online rather than visiting the family doctor is leading to growing levels of “cyberchondria” — where patients believe themselves to be far sicker than they actually are.
Imagine designing and building your own Formula One race car — and revving it right into the finals of a prestigious national competition!
Game designers and developers here have called for a tax relief scheme similar to that enjoyed by Irish-made film and television productions.
Businesses’ own employees are a bigger threat to the security of their data than external attackers, new research shows.
Two technology companies are to create 160 jobs over the coming years as they set up their first Irish bases.
Minister says people must have their trust and confidence in digital environment strengthened
Children are getting around online access restrictions by lying about their age to access social networks or other websites, a survey suggests.
INTRANETS are underused by 80% of large organisations according to the research from the Irish Computer Society (ICS).
The 2006 Intranet research report of the Irish Computer Society (ICS) has found that 80% of large organisations surveyed said that employees are not taking full advantage of company intranets as an internal communications tool.
THE Irish Computer Society says it concerned school leavers are not taking up careers in the IT industry.
AN internationally recognised group of Irish computer experts is demanding an apology from Environment Minister Martin Cullen for branding them as anti-globalisation and lacking in expertise during a Dáil debate on electronic voting.
I AM the spokesperson for Irish Citizens for Trustworthy Evoting (ICTE), the group which Derek Mooney (Irish Examiner letters, March 9) claims is “seeking to thwart the legitimate decisions of an elected government” by “misrepresenting the truth.”
The National RoboCode Final to be held in the Thurles campus of Tipperary Institute on March 11.
The computer sector is warning that Ireland may face a shortage of IT graduates within a couple of years.
The centre for software engineering in Dublin City University is to close with the loss of 12 jobs.
The Irish Computer Society has called for dramatic changes in computing education at second level in order to protect the future of the IT industry in Ireland.
The Irish Computer Society (ICS) has today launched a major skills initiative, which will help identify and fill the ICT skills gap in Ireland.
THOUSANDS of jobs won't be filled in the IT sector because many of our brightest students find computer studies boring, a software expert said yesterday.
TWO international reports referred to today paint contrasting pictures of the economic realities for this country, both of them with inherent concerns, worrying to different degrees.
THE IT industry is facing a staffing crisis with companies struggling to fill 14,000 jobs in the next three years.
Ireland could face an unsatisfied demand for the estimated 14,000 new IT professional jobs that are forecast in the Irish marketplace in 2005, according to an Irish Computer Society (ICS) backed European survey.
Frank Cronin has been appointed as the first Chief Executive Officer in the 35 year history of the Irish Computer Society (ICS), www.ics.ie.
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