Thursday February 20, 2020

Cork: The IT factor

Cork's tech sector is strong, but there is a need for more programmes for analytics, computer science, and data sciences, writes John Cradden.

29th June, 2014
Denis Collins, chairman, [email protected] Picture: Gerard McCarthy

In this increasingly connected world, the potential is high for local high-tech industries to collaborate with the public sector, government and academia for the common good, but a clear vision is needed, along with a strong will and lots of hard work.

The commercial and social reward of such collaboration is worth it, according to Denis Collins, chair of [email protected], an independent body representing the IT industry in Munster.

''There's something very special happening...

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