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Social Media and your business

Social Media and your business

Social Media has become a huge cultural change in the digital age. Sites like Facebook, which many once may have thought was a teenage fad now has half a billion worldwide users. For businesses who have not already adopted their social media marketing strategy, now is the time to get started. 500 million users is […]

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What’s new in Windows 8?

What’s new in Windows 8?

With the expected release date of Windows 8 reported to be around July 2012, many people are wondering what features the new operating system will bring.  Windows 8 will be used across all platforms- desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices. IPhone 8 has been unveiled with Skype integration, and a wallet function that allows a simple […]

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Big Brother is watching You!

Big Brother is watching You!

DCU to monitor extremist organisations Today it seems big brother is watching Al Qaeda and other extremist organisations as it was announced that students in DCU Dublin, along with students in the US, UK and India will be monitoring social media, video posts and monitoring the activity of extremist organisations online. The project, called Vox-Pol […]

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Ulster Bank Problems Persist

Ulster Bank Problems Persist

Ulster Bank experienced technical problems last week, which they say was caused by a software upgrade to the payment processing system which was corrupted. This meant that Ulster bank customers could not access their account going back as far as last Wednesday. This in turn created a backlog of transactions in the Bank that will […]

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The Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate Gets Off To a Start

The Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate Gets Off To a Start

The Leaving and Junior Certificate got underway yesterday with over 116,000 pupils sitting down to take the State Exams.  Disruptions developed that morning with the arrival of the Olympic torch, which resulted in some schools in the Dublin area having an earlier start than usual, this was to avoid congestion on the roads.  In addition […]

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The Olympic Torch Reaches Ireland

The Olympic Torch Reaches Ireland

  The excitement rushed through Dublin this morning as the Olympic torch made its entrance into the Republic of Ireland, the torch made the detour on its journey to London. This will be the torches only stop outside of Greece and the UK before the Olympic Ceremony for the London 2012 games, which is set to kick off in just 51 […]

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