Autodesk chief Anagnost is confident for 2021
Chief executive says ‘idea of remote and collaborative work wasn’t as futuristic as we thought’
An animated Andrew Anagnost, chief executive of Autodesk, analysed 2020 and announced his expectations for 2021 in a manner that could not be described as anecdotal on a much anticipated media call.
“A global pandemic is not the way you want to learn anything about yourself, be it as a human being or how you function inside a company. It’s a tragic situation, it’s a horrible way to be confronted with what works and what doesn’t work,”...
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Study to examine ocean noise pollution under way in Cork
The project will monitor how an increased in marine traffic noise is affecting whales, dolphins and porpoises
Mobile business: How low code enables smarter decisions
Nick Connors of TEKenable, which created the HSE‘s Covid Tracker app, believes low is the way to go for software with better functionality and lower risk