• GÉANT and Microsoft announce cloud technology partnership

    GÉANT and Microsoft announce cloud technology partnership GÉANT

    GÉANT have announced a successful multi-year partnership with Microsoft to make powerful cloud computing environments more accessible to research and education communities across Europe.

    HEAnet clients can access the GÉANT Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) …

  • 2017 Conference Programme

    Our 2017 programme is live on our mobile friendly website: Programme

    Dates: 08 – 10 November 2017

    Venue: Radisson Blue Hotel, Lough Atalia Road, Galway

    We have put together a strong and varied programme for 2017 delegates, including a keynote

  • Turning teens towards tech

    teen-turn is a great way for companies to change how girls identify with careers in technology through two-week summer work placements.

    “As a technology based employer, we are very happy to be involved”, says Kerrie Power, HEAnet CEO. “Programmes like …

  • HEAnet eduroam services now have 24/7 on-call support

    We have extended our 24/7 on-call support to cover HEAnet eduroam services.

    We recognise that our clients are increasingly reliant on eduroam and have therefore enhanced our service offering with 24/7 on call support.

    The full list of HEAnet 24/7 …

  • HEAnet appoints its new Chief Executive – Kerrie Power

    Dublin, Thursday 01 June 2017: The Board of Directors of HEAnet has appointed Kerrie Power as its new Chief Executive.

    Kerrie has succeeded John Boland, following his retirement after twenty years leading HEAnet.

    Kerrie takes up her new position as …

  • WannaCrypt Ransomware Update

    This attack exploits a vulnerability in SMBv1 (Microsoft Server Message Block 1.0). It is highly recommended to patch all systems and/or disable SMBv1. Alternatively, filter the corresponding ports.

    Microsoft has released patches for affected software; this includes a Security Update …

  • WannaCrypt Ransomware Information

    The HEAnet NOC are aware of the ransomware attacks that have hit a very large number of unpatched Windows devices across the world over the last couple of days.

    While many of you are already reacting to this, we would …