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  • Great Irish Bake Sale 2016

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 10th May 2016

    Once again, Mallon Technology staff in Dublin worked together to organise the annual Great Irish Bake in aid of Temple Street Children's Hospital. The hospital's one important goal is to help save the lives of critically ill children in Ireland now and for generations to come. There were more delicious goodies and treats for sale this year, including scones, lemon cupcakes, butterfly buns, chocolate biscuit cake, cookies and fudge. In a

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  • Mallon Technology's Leading Role in Easter Rising Commemorations

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 25th Apr 2016

    This week marks 100 years since the Easter Rising in Dublin and across Ireland began, in an effort by Irish republicans to end British rule in Ireland and establish an independent Irish Republic. Events to mark the Rising have been taking place throughout the year and has seen Mallon Technology play an important role in one of the largest commemoration projects. The Irish Military Archives is the official deposit for records of the Defen

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  • Mallon Technology Announced as Official Resellers of Azimap

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 4th Apr 2016

    Mallon Technology is today pleased to announce that we are to become the official resellers of Azimap. Azimap is the complete GIS mapping platform, helping organisations to visualise, explore and share data via rich interactive maps. Available to use anywhere, from any device, the responsive software enables users to easily create, edit and publish stunning maps in minutes. With over 20 years' experience providing GIS and Software D

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  • Sentinel-2 Map of Ireland

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 22nd Mar 2016

    When the latest satellite from the European Space Agency's observation programme, Sentinel-2a, was launched back in June 2015, it heralded a new era in Earth Observation. Sentinel-2a is one of the most advanced Earth Observation satellites in operation, capable of delivering Multi-spectral data across 13 bands of light at a maximum resolution of 10m, with a revisit period of 5 days. In-orbit testing of the satellite was complete by the s

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  • Mallon Technology Staff Help Inspire Future Generation of Coders

    By Andrew Bennett | Thu 3rd Mar 2016

    Our colleagues Aideen and Debbie recently attended the Bring IT On National ICT Day, to help inspire the next generation of coders and software developers in Northern Ireland. Held at the Titanic Museum, Belfast, the event brought Year 11-14 students together from across Northern Ireland who are interested in a career in IT. Students who attended the event got the chance to engage directly with employees from IT companies, participate in

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  • Mallon Technology Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

    By Andrew Bennett | Tue 23rd Feb 2016

    Mallon Technology is pleased to announce that the company has recently attained ISO 27001 certification, the only internationally recognised standard for information security management systems.Information security is of utmost importance to Mallon Technology and by achieving certification for our compliance with ISO 27001 we are demonstrating to our customers and partners that we conform to international information security best practices.

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  • First Release of Sentinel-2 images of Ireland

    By Andrew Bennett | Fri 15th Jan 2016

    When the latest satellite from the European Space Agency's observation programme, Sentinel-2a, was launched back in June 2015, it heralded a new era in Earth Observation. Sentinel-2a is one of the most advanced Earth Observation satellites in operation, capable of delivering Multi-spectral data across 13 bands of light at a maximum resolution of 10m, with a revisit period of 5 days. In-orbit testing of the satellite was complete by the s

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  • Decembeard Fundraising

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 6th Jan 2016

    Over the course of December our colleague Ian Hand really got into the festive spirit by attempting his best Santa Claus impersonation, by growing a beard as part of the Decembeard fundraising campaign. The Decembeard campaign is an annual event which encourages men across Ireland to grow a beard during the month of December to help raise funds for the Men's Cancer Alliance. The aim of the Men's Cancer Alliance is to create awarene

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  • Mo Chara Animal Rescue Fundraising

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 23rd Dec 2015

    With 2015 drawing to a close, many are looking forward to the New Year ahead and are starting to plan all their activities, holidays and events for 2016 and with this in mind, Caroline Keily from our Portlaoise team has been selling calendars to raise funds for the Mo Chara Animal Rescue. Based in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Mo Chara Animal Rescue exists to improve the welfare of all Irish animals and particularly those that are abused neg

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