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RGU computing students compete in Cyber Security Challenge

Dieter Holvoet, Florian Peyron, Alexa Noel and Brent De Hauwere from RGU’s School of Computing Science and Digital Media travelled to Edinburgh this month to take part in the Scottish Universities’ Cyber Security Challenge. The Cyber Security Challenge is a series of national competitions, learning programmes, and networking initiatives designed to identify and inspire more EU citizens resident […]

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Harris CapRock Equipment Donation

Many thanks from RGU CSDM to the team at Harris CapRock for a donation of CISCO networking equipment. Global Infrastructure Director (Dale Gray), Engineering Manager (Jay Gray) and Operations Engineer (Obinna Edward Onugha) visited the computing labs at The Sir Ian Wood Building during our summer equipment refresh and brought along a very useful set […]

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Quadcopter Flights Around Campus

Last week Daniel Doolan assisted  some of his students with their coursework for a module called “Interactive Multimedia” – with the students being tasked to research, design, develop a presentation, video and interactive and tutorial on how to setup and fly a Quadcopter. Given it was such a lovely morning with clear blue skies and […]

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Industry skills shortage creates demand for IT graduates

As demand increases within Scotland’s digital technologies industry, market leaders have warned that the industry is facing a critical skills shortage. With over 70,000 people working in web design, software development and telecommunications, a further 10,000 people are needed each year to support this growth and fill these positions. With graduate starting salaries at over […]

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