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Rewritten by machine on new technology

Some options make too much sense to ignore, writes Amanda Connolly

4th November, 2018
Nicola Mortimer, head of business products, marketing and operations at Three Ireland

The workplace as we know it is evolving rapidly to become more global and virtual every day. Unified communications and collaboration tools are changing the way we work faster than we can sign into our emails. Adoption of new technologies, like video conferencing, has proven to be a boon by cutting costs, decreasing sales cycles and boosting bottom lines.

It’s no surprise that more and more employers are leaning towards video-conferencing solutions over incurring travel...

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