eGovernment; people notice, you know….

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Normally people use the letters of the Irish Times to grumble and give out about the world. But there’s always room for a counterpoint and what a lovely one this was – below is a copy of letter sent to the paper by someone who was bothered enough to notice

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The Liquid Hospital…where treatment and information flow around the patient…

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          by Richard Corbridge This blog first appeared on which Richard very kindly allowed Ireland eGovernment Awards to use. For more information on the latest developments in technology within Government, join us at the Ireland eGovernment Summit on 29th January 2015 in eircom HQ….we only have a

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OK, who built the power station and didn’t tell me?

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          By John Campbell MD Spider Online John is one of the key note speakers at the Ireland eGovernment Summit on 29th January. Tickets are selling fast but can still be purchased here. Public notice advertising is one of the least glamorous things – in what is a very

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Reverse engineering, the key to success?

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The 29th of January 2015 is THE BIG DAY for Ireland’s eGovernment pioneers as that is the day the 14th annual awards will be presented by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD. We’ve had insight into the judges thinking ahead of the announcement of the nine category winners (and of course, the much

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Prove the worth of your digital idea

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You have a great team, with a great idea and you want to do your part in transforming how the State interacts with its citizens and make it easier for citizens to interact with the State. But hold on….there is a roadblock; there is no budget. But what if we

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Irish Secret Services get overdue recognition

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With the transformation of the Irish public sector, between consolidations, amalgamations and staff cuts a revolution has been taking place under our own noses that officials have forgotten to count. To justify a spend, say, on a new IT system a business will only go ahead with that spend when

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You deserve to be recognised…

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Last week, a conference in the UK about the use of IT within the National Health Service heard that a Volterra and EMC report suggested better use of data analytics and information could save the British NHS somewhere between £16 billion and £66 billion a year. Massive savings No matter

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