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Digital transformation impacts every aspect of business, learn more at upcoming Open Group Dublin event – Irish Tech News

Interview with Steve Nunn, who is President and CEO of The Open Group What is your role at The Open Group? I am the President
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Consumer Shift towards Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Hybrids – Irish Tech News

The International Car Tech and Mobility Summit organisers Electronomous and Mobility X have found that a sharp consumer shift towards Electric Vehicles (EVs) as well as
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Using Activity-Based Working to Improve Office Productivity – Irish Tech News

Activity-based working is challenging the traditional workplace dynamic. The traditional workplace model, generally sees employees working from the same office and desk, day in and
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SoapBox Labs Powers Automated Assessments for Lingumi’s Preschool English learning platform – Irish Tech News

Research shows that learning a new language is easier when you’re young, but until recently very few tools existed to support younger children in language