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#Information Technology

# information-technology - Sunday 31 May, 2015

We must challenge myths about females in IT (before girls start applying for college)

IT is far more pervasive now than it was 20 years ago, so the decline in female graduates in the area seems counter-intuitive.

# information-technology - Saturday 3 May, 2014

Are women the 'untapped answer' to Ireland's IT skills shortage?

A new report proposes that women could be the key to bridging the skills gap in the IT sector, but found that three quarters of females working in the industry had not planned on making it their career.

# information-technology - Tuesday 16 July, 2013

21 bankers in Ireland earned more than €1 million in 2011

Another EU state had 2,436 individuals earning over €1 million in the same year.

# information-technology - Thursday 27 June, 2013

Irish broadband among Europe’s worst for running slower than advertised

EU data shows download speeds are usually only 85 per cent as quick of advertised – and uploads are even lower.

# information-technology - Wednesday 12 June, 2013

Ireland has a better than average rate of high speed internet connections

A Eurostat study into the broadband market in Ireland found it has a relatively low take-up of fixed broadband but a better than average share of high speed connections.

# information-technology - Sunday 11 November, 2012

Dublin Lord Mayor: "I have a professional disregard for the legal classes"

The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Naoise Ó Muirí, reflects on his first four months in the position, and why he feels it’s his duty to say what’s on his mind.

# information-technology - Friday 19 October, 2012

Column: Is a technology overload making us less efficient at work?

Email, smartphones and tablets help us multi-task, writes Professor Gloria Mark, but can they also make us less productive?

# information-technology - Monday 20 August, 2012

Maths and IT courses see biggest surge in CAO points race

Mathematics and Physics at the University of Limerick saw the highest points surge – up by a whopping 145 points.

# information-technology - Monday 16 January, 2012

75 new jobs announced at Dublin IT companies

OpenJaw Technologies will create 45 jobs in the next two years in Glasnevin, while Sysnet in Carrickmines will add another 30.

# information-technology - Wednesday 4 May, 2011

IT firm to create 180 jobs in Dublin

Version 1, an IT consultancy and services manager, will create 180 jobs in a new recruitment drive – mostly in Dublin.