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what can organisations learn from a triathlon? – Irish Tech News

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Great guest post by Dr Sandra Bell, Head of Resilience, Sungard Availability Services. 2018 has been a riveting year for sport, surprising and delighting us
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Why cyber security management is like an onion – Irish Tech News

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Guest post from Novi.ie Why is Cyber Security Management often compared to a common garden vegetable – the onion? Maybe because managing cyber risk can
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Will Robots Replace Teachers & Nurses? – Irish Tech News

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A new Red C survey has found that 39% of adults in Ireland are concerned robots will take their jobs.  The survey of 1,000 adults
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Gamma reveals areas in Ireland most at risk from sinkholes and subsidence – Irish Tech News

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Gamma, the location intelligence software and services provider, has revealed the places in Ireland where sinkholes and subsidence are most likely to occur. Using its
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Using AI to help save lives – Irish Tech News

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Written by Brad Smith, President of Microsoft  Persistent humanitarian crises caused by natural and man-made disasters, oppression and other emergencies have plagued our world as long