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ICS's vision for the future

The shortage of IT professionals with the right skills is driving up costs, delaying projects and draining talent. Find out how we want to solve this in our video below.

   Thursday, January 10th


MSc. in Applied IT Architecture Programme Overview from Paul Preiss

At the end of 2018 our most recent graduates from the MSc in Applied Architecture were congratulated for their achievements by Iasa Global CEO, Paul Preiss. Well done to all of our students and thank you to Paul for taking the time to meet them. "I had the honor of presenting Iasa certification awards to the graduating class from the masters graduates for the Masters ...

  Wednesday, January 9th


New ICS president’s vision for a new IT community

At the Irish Computer Society AGM last month, Professor Mike Hinchey was elected as the new President of the Society.He is professor of Software Engineering at the University of Limerick and the former director of LERO – The Irish Software Research Centre. Prior to his time at LERO, Prof Hinchey was director of the Software Engineering Laboratory at NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre in ...

  Friday, December 14th


The Blockchain ball is in developers hands

Demand seems to be trending in the ICT skills sphere and, for a change, we are not talking about the skills shortage: the demands are coming from the candidates. If you are a skilled IT professional then it would appear that your wish is their command, provided they want you enough.Another ‘want’ trending at the moment is more education around blockchain, its uses ...

  Monday, December 3rd


Who are you calling unprofessional?

People tend to get a little defensive when asked about their professionalism. It may feel that something is implied - that you don't know your job, or as the dictionary defines it 'not exhibiting a courteous, conscientious, or generally businesslike manner in the workplace'. So to clarify a little about what we mean when we say professionalism and what it means to be an ...

   Thursday, November 1st


30 European ICT Professional Role Profiles built on the e-CF

The European ICT Professional Role Profiles provide a Europe-agreed set of 30 typical profile descriptions from an ICT organisational viewpoint. They can be either directly adopted or used as an inspiration and sound starting point for the flexible creation of more context-specific profiles, based upon organisational roles or individual job descriptions from a broad variety of contexts.The 30 ICT Professional Role Profiles provide a generic ...

  Friday, October 26th


Research or study in the U.S.: Fulbright Awards now open for applications

The Fulbright Irish Awards provide grants for Irish citizens, and E.U. citizens resident in Ireland for at least three years, to research, study or lecture in the U.S. The application period is open until 6 November 2018.This year there is a new grant available for those who want to do research in the technology field: a new TechImpact Scholar award.Fulbright Irish Student ...

  Tuesday, September 25th


Luno: cryptocurrency heavyweight reaches 2 million customers

August 17th 2018: Luno, a leading global cryptocurrency company, announced its two millionth customer today. Having recently launched in to the Irish market, they have seen huge interest locally in their cryptocurrency offering. Luno allows users to buy, store and learn about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. The company is committed to demystifying cryptocurrencies by educating their customers on the risks and benefits associated with ...

  Friday, August 17th


ICS's vision for the future

The shortage of IT professionals with the right skills is driving up costs, delaying projects and draining talent. Find out how we want to solve this in our video below.

   Thursday, January 10th


Considerations of Scaled Agile Architecture

Iasa thought leader and CITA-P, Wayne Filin-Matthews, caught up with Prakash Sethuraman, Chief Architect from HSBC, to discuss considerations and actions in scaling agile architecture in the enterprise.Via: www.iasaglobal.ie

   Wednesday, January 9th


MSc. in Applied IT Architecture Programme Overview from Paul Preiss

At the end of 2018 our most recent graduates from the MSc in Applied Architecture were congratulated for their achievements by Iasa Global CEO, Paul Preiss. Well done to all of our students and thank you to Paul for taking the time to meet them. "I had the honor of presenting Iasa certification awards to the graduating class from the masters graduates for the Masters ...

  Wednesday, January 9th


Data transfers to and from the UK in event of a 'no deal' Brexit

This preliminary guidance is relevant for any Irish entities that have data processing operations that involve transfers of personal data to the UK, including Northern Ireland. In the event of a ‘no deal’ UK exit from the EU, those entities will require a transfer mechanism to be in place from 30 March 2019 in order to continue to lawfully transfer personal data to the UK.Under ...

   Wednesday, January 9th


New ICS president’s vision for a new IT community

At the Irish Computer Society AGM last month, Professor Mike Hinchey was elected as the new President of the Society.He is professor of Software Engineering at the University of Limerick and the former director of LERO – The Irish Software Research Centre. Prior to his time at LERO, Prof Hinchey was director of the Software Engineering Laboratory at NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre in ...

  Friday, December 14th


ICS welcomes new Fellow Edward McDonnell

Edward McDonnell is the Director of the National Centre for Applied Data Analytics & Machine Intelligence. The Centre which is funded by EI and the IDA has over 80 member companies across a wide span of industries. The Centre’s primary focus is on delivering industry prototypes, technology demonstrators and state-of-the-art reviews.Prior to being appointed Director of CeADAR, Edward was European Director of Innovation & Technology ...

  Wednesday, December 12th


Have your say and win! - Take part in the National Data Protection Survey 2019