Web Summit to take over control of wifi at RDS
Signal Share has been hired to manage wifi system
The Web Summit is to take control of the wifi at the RDS for November’s final event in Dublin, following criticism after it crashed last year.
The event has hired a company called Signal Share to manage the system, The Sunday Business Post has learned. It has worked with the company at recent conferences in the US, and is a specialist for IT at sporting and entertainment events.
The summit’s founder Paddy Cosgrave...
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