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Eoin Macmanus

A day in the life of Eoin MacManus

A massive thank you to Eoin MacManus for being part of our series “A day in the life of…..” where we get to know our colleagues in the Telecoms industry.   Where are you from? Most people listening to me think I am from Dublin but I was actually born in Zambia. My father was an impoverished Irish soldier from Drogheda married to a Cork lady who went there in the late ‘60’s to help the Zambian Government set up their police and military infrastructure. We came home when I was young and I grew up between Ireland (Dublin) and…
Covid-19 and Irish Telecoms Industry

How will Covid-19 affect the Irish Telecoms sector? By Bob Hoffman

In summary, this terrible Pandemic will have a very positive effect on the Irish Telecoms sector in the short to medium term. One thing that 2020 will teach us in Ireland is that the Healthcare and Telecom/ICT sectors are vital industries for the security and well-being of us as a nation. Although we are a long way from emerging out of the Pandemic, even at this stage, there would seem to be many lessons to be learnt and trends and predictions to make. Let’s be clear before we start as to the difference between Telecoms and the ICT industry. There…
David O'farrell

A day in the life of David O’Farrell

A massive thank you to David O'Farrell for being part of our series “A day in the life of…..” where we get to know our colleagues in the Telecoms industry. David is Chief Technology Officer at Synoptic. Where are you from? Dublin born and bred   Did you go to College and if so what did you study? Yes, attended Kevin Street DIT – Studied Telecommunications   Favourite holiday destination and sport? I’ll generally navigate towards the sun especially places with clear blue sea, I’m going to say Formentera, a small island next to Ibiza, the closest thing to the…
Hiring Now

This Weeks Top Opportunities in the Telecoms Industry

Are you currently looking for a new position within the Telecoms industry? You have come to the right place. Here at Telecomjobs.ie we have several companies within the Telecoms industry that are continuing to advertise exciting and varied new roles, each with excellent benefits and opportunities on offer. Here are our top featured jobs this week from companies who are currently hiring:   BT - Server & Storage Engineer   BT have around 1.2 million customers ranging from big household names, government departments and public service organisations right through to small businesses and new start-ups. They are currently looking for…
John O'sullivan

A day in the life of John O’Sullivan

A massive thank you to John O'Sullivan for being part of our series “A day in the life of…..” where we get to know our colleagues in the Telecoms industry. John is Senior Manager at 3Connected Solutions & IOT.   Where are you from? I am originally from Mallow, County Cork. Now, I live in Newbridge, County Kildare with my Wife and Kids.   Did you go to College and if so what did you study? I started my college life through the Defence Forces College Programme where I was awarded a Diploma in Telecommunications & Electronics. Since then I…
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Our two most critical industries? (by Bob Hoffman, Owner)

By Bob Hoffman, Owner Telecomjobs.ie The most important sector in Ireland at the moment is clearly that of healthcare sector. But we mustn’t overlook the extent to which it is underpinned and supported by the technology sector. Our healthcare sector is saving lives during the Covid-19 pandemic, while the technology sector is enabling the healthcare professionals to do their job. And in a much broader sense, the technology sector is keeping the entire economy moving. The world has moved into the Digital Era in a way we now hardly question. But it’s at times like this that we realise if…
Telecom's And Cloud Players

Telecom’s and Cloud players (By Vincent Bissett of BT Ireland)

By Vincent Bissett of BT Ireland A lot of focus these days on these 2 industry players as both are seen as key to supporting home working during these challenging times. In some ways they are distinct businesses operating in their own markets but in many others there is strong overlap, dependencies and competition but up until recently a lack of deep partnership arrangements and even mergers and acquisitions. Could that be about to change? The success of the cloud business model was built around large companies investing heavily in infrastructure and critically the IT systems that allowed that infrastructure…