My Tech Life: ‘There are no devices from 6.30pm to 8.30pm’
David Walsh is chief executive of HaloCare, a business that develops sensor-based technology to aid older people with independent living
I’m definitely a lark. I get up around 6am and I like to be in the office around 7am. I learned many years ago that there’s no stress in being at work early. It allows me to check my diary for the day, handle emails that came in overnight, and to follow up from the previous day’s meetings.
I’m only two-and-a-half miles from the office. I drive in during...
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