Are schools staying up to speed?

Quality and reliability are as important as fast connectivity in the classroom

24th January, 2016
Aidan D’Arcy, public sector manager in Virgin Media Business

Wiith the schools broadband scheme largely complete, in theory every school in the country is connected to high-speed broadband. However not all broadband connections are created equal, and depending on where a school is located, it could be getting better or worse coverage.

According to Aidan D’Arcy, public sector manager in Virgin Media Business, this is a situation that has to change if Ireland is to keep up with its neighbours and fulfil its promise...

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