HP boss urges government action on ICT

The Irish government needs to show greater leadership to deliver a national broadband strategy and ensure that information and communications technology(ICT) remains at the top of its agenda, according to Martin Murphy, country manager for computer s

24th November, 2007

The Irish government needs to show greater leadership to deliver a national broadband strategy and ensure that information and communications technology(ICT) remains at the top of its agenda, according to Martin Murphy, country manager for computer services giant Hewlett-Packard (HP).

Speaking after the HP group announced strong third quarter profits last week, Murphy said Ireland was still an attractive place for multinationals like HP to do business but warned that Ireland risked falling behind...

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