Monday June 1, 2020

Keep up to speed with fast-moving world of mobile working

The days of ‘working from home’ being a euphemism for taking the day off are long gone, and mobile working is increasingly the norm for many Irish companies, writes Alex Meehan

6th May, 2018

s there a business person in Ireland who doesn’t own a mobile phone? If so, it’s probably a matter of lifestyle choice, as being contactable on the go is now a given for most people.

Technology has evolved in recent times to the point that there are few office functions that can’t be just as easily done remotely. Most offices run on email or instant messaging, meetings can be done using...

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