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VANRATH Tech Round Up - 30th April 2021

  • Publish Date: Posted about 1 year ago
  • Author:by VANRATH
  1. FinTech Envoy: With the right support, Fintech can rebuild the Northern Ireland economy

Turning our backs on a year like no other, we emerge into a world permanently changed by Covid-19. The pandemic has reframed how society behaves and made digital the new norm for how we work, shop and socialise. As the focus shifts to building back the economy, I firmly believe that with the right support our established financial technology (fintech) sector can play an integral part in Northern Ireland’s post-pandemic recovery...

  1. Zoom says remote working is here to stay

Remote working has been so successful for many businesses during the past year that many say they won't go back to a traditional way of working, new research has claimed.  A report from Zoom found that nearly three-quarters (73%) of organisations say their company is considering a flexible remote working model following the success of remote collaboration over the pandemic-enforced lockdowns...

  1. Carmel Owens appointed as CEO of Sidero

Sidero, an Irish firm specialising in software, cloud and digital transformation has recently announced the appointment of Carmel Owens as its Chief Executive Officer. Carmel brings an excellent track record in business growth and more than 20 years of experience in the technology sector to her new position. Founded in Athlone in 2013...

  1. Red Hat OpenShift has arrived on AWS

AWS customers now have a new option when it comes to deploying containers using the cloud computing service as the company has announced that Red Hat Open Shift Service on AWS (ROSA) is now available. ROSA provides customers with a fully managed OpenShift service with joint support from both AWS and Red Hat. The service also has an AWS integrated...

  1. The ethical conundrum of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality

The introduction of consumer–focused Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) products means technology has surpassed the confines of the physical world.  The stories we now tell have become more immersive than ever before. We are on the precipice of digital immersion, but with that comes a number of pertinent moral and design questions...

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