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Irish firms must get an online presence

31st October, 2009

How depressing it is that in 2009, 15 years after the internet's mainstream adoption, we are still imploring Irish companies to create proper websites for themselves.

How frustrating that Irish small and medium sized firms (SMEs) are still putting off the incorporation of competent online operations into their business model.

Despite the incremental improvements of Irish firms going online - about 15 per cent per year, according to the dot.ie Domain Registry - the best evidence we...

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