Tag Archives: ICT

An Amazon for government

The value of the G-Cloud in procurement and its relevance to Northern Ireland was discussed at Equiniti’s recent conference on this important IT policy initiative. On that extraordinary day in May 2010...

ICT drives growth: Farry

The sector is making a major contribution to the economy and can go further with greater investment in skills, according to the Employment and Learning Minister. Stephen Farry has highlighted the ICT...

Single telecoms market proposed

Europe is moving towards a single telecoms market which is likely to result in lower charges. The European Commission has adopted a new legislative package on building a single telecoms market. The...

Antrim customers on ‘cloud’ 9

When Antrim Borough Council transformed itself into a customer centric organisation, ICT was the key enabler. The customers of Antrim Borough Council are on ‘cloud’ 9 as Antrim has put local people...

Broadband success in Northern Ireland

Michael McKernan sums up the local performance, which leads several national league tables. Relative to the ups and downs of some other economic sectors, broadband development in Northern Ireland has been a...

BYOD: Changing IT

Shane Haslem, eircom UK’s Head of Managed Network Services and Data Solutions, reviews the ‘gallant march’ of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement and what this really means for IT. In...

Digital Britain: the next steps

Better connectivity and content, along with improvements for customers, are Westminster’s top digital priorities in its media and telecoms policy paper. The UK Government has set out its main priorities for digital...

Economics in the cloud

agendaNi sums up differing perspectives on the cloud’s economic potential. Much of the economic analysis regarding cloud computing is written by consultants within the industry but external observers also recognise its potentially...