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ICT in Colleges: Ensuring that everyone gets a bite of the Apple

Compu b aims to improve ease of use of Apple products with its knowledge and support

26th April, 2015
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Aoife Leap, education business manager for Compu b

In 1992, Compu b launched Ireland’s first premium Apple reseller store in Limerick.

The company was founded with a single vision in mind: “To unite the retail, support, training and services for Apple technology.” Two decades later and it hasn’t broken the promise.

Compu b has become the leading premium reseller of Apple products in Ireland and is now a trusted partner to educational institutes who want to introduce Apple...

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