Financial results and technology events taking place the week of 17-21 May.
Monday, 17 May:
The Irish Internet Association is on a mission – to Digitise the Nation. So what better time to run this national campaign than the week of the annual conference in May.
WIT Research Day 2010 will be a celebration of research, innovation, scholarship and creativity, with a day of posters and presentations.
Learn about the steps you should take to translate and localise your website for continental European markets at a free seminar and clinic.
Ditch your servers! How to get rid of your servers and run your business online.
In this webinar, learn how to successfully market your business online to attract more leads and increase sales.
Dublin City Council and Age Action’s ‘Getting Started’ Computer and Mobile Phone Classes are being offered to those over the age of 55 in centres throughout the city.
Tuesday, 18 May:
Ipex 2010 is the global technology trade event for print, publishing and media.
This could be your opportunity to help drive Ireland’s smart economy by joining EuroCloud Ireland.
This event is free of charge and open to anyone who wants to learn more about any of the social media tools.
Wednesday, 19 May:
Microsoft Development Technologies – Are they suitable for my business applications?
Learn about Skype, emails and more through demonstrations and hands-on experience led by A&A Computer Training.
Course topics include advice available, entrepreneurial self assessment, writing the business plan, marketing and sales, funding requirements, setting up a company, directors’ responsibilities, government departments and regulations, and technology management review.
Google I/O is a developer gathering focused on pushing the boundaries of web applications using Google developer products and open-web technologies.
On 19 May from 6pm – 9pm, Irish users of OpenStreetMap will be holding an information evening and mapping party in The Bleeding Horse on Camden Street in Dublin.
Thursday, 20 May:
We’ll look at the next wave of opportunities for the internet industry, as well as immediate benefits for businesses in terms of improving their processes, productivity and profitability.
The Net Visionary Awards, now in their 12th year, are unique as they are run and voted on by the internet industry in Ireland.
Portable storage devices, such as USB flash drives, are increasingly popular in most enterprise environments. They are convenient and enhance productivity, but present new security risks to the enterprise.
Friday, 21 May:
Trainer Talk Live is a learning and networking event designed exclusively for freelance trainers.
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