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Tech helps enable urgent digital transformation

30th May, 2020
Padraig McCarthy, sales director at TEKenable

The need to keep government and essential services running during the novel coronavirus crisis has created a conundrum: how do you develop and deploy public sector IT quickly, while taking account of the privacy concerns expected by the same public sector?

Dublin-based IT solutions provider TEKenable, which recently developed a Covid-19–related Business Re-Start Grant application for Dublin City Council, thinks it has the answer.

“It was the most rapid deployment of an application...

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