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IOT: Forging deeper relationships

After releasing their Technology Vision 2015 Report, David Kirwan of Accenture talked to Killian Woods about what trends in IoT should be of interest to Irish businesses

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
23rd May, 2015
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David Kirwan, Head of Technology at Accenture

Rapid developments in information technology means it is easy to be left behind if there is accelerated innovation in a particular space. With organisations such as Accenture now conducting extensive research into technology trends, the pressure to identify these trends has now been taken away from Irish companies.

Through in-depth research that focuses on new innovations in each area of technology, Accenture aims to develop a greater understanding of what the needs of businesses will...

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