“When we decided to set up the business, we knew that dependable, high-speed broadband was imperative,” he says. “It wasn’t just a matter of having access to e-mail and the internet, we’re increasingly using cloud computing so we need to access data remotely.” Much of the firm’s work involves the use of web-enabled applications. Because it works with global banks, it needs to have secure and speedy access to finance programs.
The arrival of wireless broadband to the remote islands in November last year allowed O’Flannagáin to base his business in Inisheer.
He eventually hopes to work full-time from the area. Read More
Courtesy: Irish Times