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Microsoft Release Office For iPad

Comments 0 by in Mobile, Office 365, Tech News
March 28, 2014

The announcement was made at the first launch event hosted by Satya Nadella since he became chief executive of the firm. Three separate productivity apps are available – Word, Excel and Powerpoint – each of which has been optimised for touch-based controls.

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Paddy’s Day Good News

Comments 0 by in Cool Video, Irish
March 12, 2014

A video that is hard not to love. Some really positive facts and figures about the Ireland of 2014 in the video produced by Failte Ireland really does hit the right notes. Key facts that we like to see: Forbes named it the best country in the world to do business in. No.1 for adaptability…

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Our 7 Favourite Tech Blogs

Comments 0 by in Tech News
March 1, 2014

It is always important to keep an eye on what is going on. Here at Cloud Nine we are fascinated to see what is hot, what is not, and where the internet is going. The great thing about working in the tech world is that everything is changing not just month by month but more…

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Adaptability Still a Major Talking Point

Comments 0 by in Tech News
February 28, 2014

Some fairly insightful recent research has shown us that Business Leaders are “Overconfident about dealing with Tech” I liked how they have a look at how the huge majority of business managers recognise that speed is a key factor and part of the modern business culture, yet only a small minority, believed that they were…

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How To Use Outlook Web App

Comments 0 by in OWA
February 1, 2014

Using outlook on the go has never been easier. With Microsoft Office 365, you can now login to your outlook wherever you or from whatever device you may be using. How to log into your Outlook account from a different computer. 1. Go to in any browser. 2. You will now be prompted to…

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More Good News for Irish Tech

Comments 0 by in Tech News
January 9, 2014

The Debate has been going on for awhile, but it appears that where Green meets Tech Ireland can win big. Read the full article from our friends at Silicon Republic “Clean Tech Debate”

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