Category Archive: IT Consultancy

Only basic broadband for 30% of State by 2020

The Irish Times has reported that up to 30 per cent of the population may only have access to basic levels of broadband by 2020, according to a report published yesterday by the Government-chaired Next Generation Broadband Taskforce. The taskforce, set-up by Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte last June and described by him yesterday as …

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E-Mail Fraud – Your tax return appeal is declined

The latest e-mail fraud concerns receiving e-mails with the subject line “Your tax return appeal is declined” Ignore the e-mail, block the sender and never reply as you could suffer being a victim of fraud, identity theft or much worse.    

iPad 3 from Apple

Irish Times have a feature on the launch of the new iPad 3 from Apple. What’s new: The display: You wouldn’t think that you’d notice much of a difference in the display; after all, the iPad’s display was already pretty impressive.

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O2 shuts webmail service

O2 shuts webmail service as outdated system led to lost and delayed emails The Irish Times have reported that O2 is to discontinue its free webmail service next month following frequent service disruptions that have left many users unable to receive emails, in some cases for up to three weeks. In a statement to The Irish …

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New Data Protection Laws

Irish Times have a very good piece about the new proposals for Data Protection in Europe including: A single set of rules will apply across the EU Less paperwork for companies, as “unnecessary” administrative requirements will go Organisations and citizens will deal with a single data protection authority in the EU country where organisations have …

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