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WATCH: Martine de Groot Grosman describes her company’s experience with implementing the e-CF

See the highlights shared by VIVAT’s Martine de Groot Grosman at the latest ITPE Digital Competence Expert Group, where she explained how holding company VIVAT implemented the e-Competence Framework (e-CF), and what benefits were gained in the organisation. You can find out more about eCF for free via ICS CareerPlus for members here.

   Tuesday, September 17th


Ireland’s IT Skills Recognised at WorldSkills Competition 2019

Team Ireland have returned home after a successful showing at the WorldSkills Competition in Russia. Ireland’s team brought the advantage of their good IT skills to win them one of the gold medals and the Best in Nation medal.At the WorldSkills Competition 2019, the Irish team, which was made up of 17 young apprentices, trainees and students took home 4 gold medals, 1 bronze medal, a ...

  Friday, September 13th


'Being a people manager is an entirely different game'

As the strong IT sector in Ireland continues to grow and mature, the shortage of highly experienced and skilled IT managers becomes more acute.We speak to Grainne Carrickford Kingston, who has developed and directs our well-established Management Development Programme, to answer some questions about the benefits of management training in IT.To begin with, why should you bother to do a management development ...

  Thursday, September 5th


ICS welcomes new Fellow Keith O'Loughlin

ICS welcomes Keith O'Loughlin as a new Fellow of the society.As Senior Vice President Sportsbook and Platform at SG Digital, Keith is responsible for the sports betting division that powers market-leading sportsbooks across the globe including GVC, SkyBet, Caesars Entertainment, New Zealand Racing Board and Danske Spil among others.This involves end to end product management, engineering and development, Managed Trading Services including ...

  Wednesday, September 4th


Why learn SQL?

Learning SQL can be one of the best career decisions you will ever make. Importantly, there’s a high potential salary and you’ll be able to gain insights into the workings of your business. What is SQL? SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It’s a language for interacting with data and data structures within a relational database management system. There are four ...

  Wednesday, August 28th


Think you have the tech skills? Think again.

There can be few people today who don’t encounter information technology in the workplace. Of course, offices started to transform in the 1980s but today everyone, from shop assistants to bar staff, will use a computing device at some point during the working day. Indeed, with the mobile revolution in full flow, even lorry drivers, onsite construction workers and sole-trader plumbers will find ...

  Wednesday, August 28th


Secure Computing Forum 2019 on 12 September

Book your ticket with a special member discount of 50% off before 30 August 2019.

  Thursday, August 22nd


Ireland Digital Government Factsheet 2019 Now Available

After a long wait and rigorous data collection process, the new 2019 Digital Government Factsheets are now published. These factsheets are a prime source of country intelligence on all digital government-related matters in Europe, capturing information on the long-term trends shaping this policy area.You can view the Ireland Factsheet here. A novelty in this year’s factsheets is the revamped template they use, providing ...

   Tuesday, August 20th


WATCH: Martine de Groot Grosman describes her company’s experience with implementing the e-CF

See the highlights shared by VIVAT’s Martine de Groot Grosman at the latest ITPE Digital Competence Expert Group, where she explained how holding company VIVAT implemented the e-Competence Framework (e-CF), and what benefits were gained in the organisation. You can find out more about eCF for free via ICS CareerPlus for members here.

   Tuesday, September 17th


Ireland’s IT Skills Recognised at WorldSkills Competition 2019

Team Ireland have returned home after a successful showing at the WorldSkills Competition in Russia. Ireland’s team brought the advantage of their good IT skills to win them one of the gold medals and the Best in Nation medal.At the WorldSkills Competition 2019, the Irish team, which was made up of 17 young apprentices, trainees and students took home 4 gold medals, 1 bronze medal, a ...

  Friday, September 13th


'Being a people manager is an entirely different game'

As the strong IT sector in Ireland continues to grow and mature, the shortage of highly experienced and skilled IT managers becomes more acute.We speak to Grainne Carrickford Kingston, who has developed and directs our well-established Management Development Programme, to answer some questions about the benefits of management training in IT.To begin with, why should you bother to do a management development ...

  Thursday, September 5th


ICS welcomes new Fellow Keith O'Loughlin

ICS welcomes Keith O'Loughlin as a new Fellow of the society.As Senior Vice President Sportsbook and Platform at SG Digital, Keith is responsible for the sports betting division that powers market-leading sportsbooks across the globe including GVC, SkyBet, Caesars Entertainment, New Zealand Racing Board and Danske Spil among others.This involves end to end product management, engineering and development, Managed Trading Services including ...

  Wednesday, September 4th


Why learn SQL?

Learning SQL can be one of the best career decisions you will ever make. Importantly, there’s a high potential salary and you’ll be able to gain insights into the workings of your business. What is SQL? SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It’s a language for interacting with data and data structures within a relational database management system. There are four ...

  Wednesday, August 28th


Think you have the tech skills? Think again.

There can be few people today who don’t encounter information technology in the workplace. Of course, offices started to transform in the 1980s but today everyone, from shop assistants to bar staff, will use a computing device at some point during the working day. Indeed, with the mobile revolution in full flow, even lorry drivers, onsite construction workers and sole-trader plumbers will find ...

  Wednesday, August 28th


Secure Computing Forum 2019 on 12 September