Viatel helps to bridge the digital divide

24th January, 2016
Damien McCann, Viatel Ireland’s head of government and enterprise

Despite huge progress being made across the board with technology in schools, there is still a digital divide in place when it comes to accessing high-speed broadband. That’s the view of Viatel Ireland’s head of government and enterprise Damien McCann, who asks whether it is fair for a school to be disadvantaged simply by geographical location.

“The rural-metropolitan divide is a real issue. Is it fair that students that just happen...

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