Tuesday February 18, 2020

Higher technological standards in education are lifting all boats

IT expectations are greater than ever in third-level institutes, and Compu b, Ireland’s leading Apple reseller, is ready to meet the challenge, writes Jason Walsh

28th August, 2016
Aoife Leap, Compu bs education business manager

While on-site computers still abound in universities, there cannot be a student today who arrives at college without at least a laptop and smartphone, and perhaps a plethora of other devices.

Irish Apple retailer Compu b is more than happy to serve this hungry market, but the company penetrates further into the third-level education market, and as Apple has, since 1997, rebuilt itself from an ailing PC maker to the most valuable company in the...

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