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Consumer Rights Bill 2022: Second Stage (11 May 2022)

Robert Troy: ...care services and building services. The consumer rights Bill closes this gap. It also includes new protections for consumers in relation to digital content, including audio and video files, computer games and digital services, such as streaming services, cloud computing and social media. These new digital rights include the right to a full refund, exchange or repair when a good or...

Written Answers — Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment: Consumer Protection (10 May 2022)

Robert Troy: ...it is fit for the modern digital age and it will also enhance the enforcement powers of the CCPC.  The Bill will modernise Irish law by including new protections for consumers in relation to digital content (audio and video files, computer games etc.) and digital services streaming services, cloud computing, social media etc.). The Bill will also introduce protections against...

Written Answers — Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment: Data Centres (10 May 2022)

Leo Varadkar: ...investors; Ireland's economic progress post COVID-19; and Impacts of the war in Ukraine on FDI; Consistent with the continued evolution of the global sector, modern technology companies rely on data centres, and cloud computing, for the continued success of their businesses. The decisions they make to invest in the country, and to continue to expand those investments, are multi-faceted...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Strategy, Targets, Achievements and Future Progress: IDA Ireland (26 Jan 2022) See 1 other result from this debate

Paul Murphy: Attracting more data centres to Ireland still appears to be a key part of the IDA Ireland strategy from 2021 to 2024. There are many references in the strategy to cloud computing, artificial intelligence, AI, and big data. Are data centres still a key part of IDA Ireland's strategy?

Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Union Affairs: EU Cybersecurity Strategy: Discussion (3 Nov 2021)

...to fight regardless of how many measures you are taking in your own company or administration because they come from someone else in the supply chain, will multiply by four this year and attacks on cloud infrastructure have increased fivefold in one year. You have seen also the increase of ransomware attacks. Some studies state that they have increased by 60%. Others give a higher...

Financial Resolutions 2021 - Financial Resolution No. 2: General (Resumed) (13 Oct 2021)

Robert Troy: ..., increased innovation and improved competitiveness. We also want to support enterprises to look at the possibilities of adopting new technologies such as artificial intelligence, data analytics and cloud computing. Adopting new technology can be daunting for enterprises. We want to make it as accessible as possible for them. To help make the technology more readily available to...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Flexible Work Practices (22 Sep 2021)

Michael McGrath: ...Procurement (OGP), which is also part of the Department, are enabled to work from home. All of these staff have access to our Government hosted video conferencing services and can also access cloud hosted video conferencing services. In addition, in the order of 35% of staff have an additional licence for the purpose of organising cloud hosted video conferences. My Department utilises...

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (30 Apr 2021)

Gerry Horkan: ...this time that were positive. For example, parent-teacher meetings went online. People did not have to take a day or a half-day off work to do those meetings as they could log onto them from their computers. We need a debate in the future on the benefits and the small silver linings to that awful cloud.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Union Affairs: EU Industrial Policy Priorities, including Vaccine Production and Digital Transformation: Discussion with Commissioner Thierry Breton (20 Apr 2021)

...a space-based connectivity project to allow all of Europe to have access to broadband Internet; microelectronics, where we want to be able to design and produce the most powerful and resource-efficient processors in the EU; cloud technology, where we must develop European alternatives to hyper-scalers to store and process the most sensitive data; and finally high-performance computers,...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Departmental Records (24 Mar 2021)

Michael McGrath: Following the publication of the OGCIO Cloud Advice note and the new guidance from the Office of Government Procurement supporting the deployment of cloud computing across the public service, it is clear that circular 39/07 needs to be revisited in the context of the ever-growing use of digital and cloud technologies to assist in the creation, sharing and storage information. My Department is...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: General Scheme of Employment Permits (Consolidation and Amendment) Bill 2019: Discussion (Resumed) (9 Mar 2021)

.... For example, companies in the ICT sector are using the apprenticeship model but are still growing so rapidly that, as they worked out last year, even if every leaving certificate student did a computer science course, it would still not be enough to meet demand in four years' time. The demand outweighs what the system can produce. In some cases, skill needs cannot be met by the Irish...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Information and Communications Technology (4 Mar 2021) See 1 other result from this answer

Paul Kehoe: 51. To ask the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform if State bodies can now make greater use of commercial cloud computing in delivering public services including in cases involving the processing, hosting or storing of personal information in view of his comments welcoming the publication of the Office of Government Procurement guidance note on cloud services and in order to support...

Seanad: Remote Working Strategy: Motion (15 Feb 2021)

John Cummins: ...possibilities are endless. We have probably seen a glimpse into the future of what it will be like. We have seen the advantages of remote GP consultations, remote medical services, smart farming, cloud computing, reduced travel and emissions and online public services.There are probably many such developments that we have not seen yet. Facebook did not exist ten years ago but we now...

Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: School Funding (3 Feb 2021)

Norma Foley: ..., as a lump sum based on the school enrolment. ICT grant circulars have been published to accompany each year of the grant issue, outlining to schools how this funding should be used and gives examples of the kinds of ICT equipment such as the purchase of teaching computers, student shared computers, projectors, networking equipment, cloud based tools, learning platforms, software and...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Cybersecurity Policy (15 Dec 2020)

Eamon Ryan: ...established under EU law The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is located within my Department. The Centre is composed of highly skilled, specialist technical staff having skillsets in computer science, software engineering, malware analysis, information technology forensics, cryptography, software development, and cyber security compliance. The NCSC also acts as a conduit...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: National Broadband Plan (25 Nov 2020)

Aindrias Moynihan: ...them and are very much dependent on getting the NBP moving quickly. It is not only an issue for rural areas. On the edge of the city boundary, in Ovens and Ballinora, which overlook the global cloud computing company, Dell EMC, many people are struggling to access broadband services. Even the blue commercial zone there are serious issues, for example in Heathfield, Ballincollig,...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Telecommunications Infrastructure (22 Sep 2020)

Eamon Ryan: ...of our country, socially and economically. High speed connectivity will support a broad range of policy priorities and will allow for : the expansion of remote health monitoring and diagnosis; cloud based services and connected devices; digital learning; smart farming; and realisation of the benefits of e-government. Facilitating remote working and innovation opportunities is...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Telecommunications Infrastructure (22 Sep 2020)

Eamon Ryan: ...our country, socially and economically. High speed connectivity will support a broad range of policy priorities and will allow for : the expansion of remote health monitoring and diagnosis; cloud based services and connected devices; digital learning; smart farming; and realisation of the benefits of e-government. Facilitating remote working and innovation opportunities is...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment: EirGrid: Chairman Designate (26 Nov 2019)

...companies invest significant amounts of money here. To date, €7 billion or €8 billion has gone into the data centres, which then spurs on other things. Many of the data centres will in time become computational centres. In other words, the running of algorithms and stuff like that will take place in the centres. Will that be more energy intensive? Yes. There is...

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