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The digital_self exhibition and public programme is a part of the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s (IMMA) Project Spaces Initiative, promoting artistic and curatorial experimentation and research. The project in its entirety poses the question; how do digital technologies impact our daily lives? Through photography, video and web artworks, digital interventions, talks,
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Codex Office Solutions is now firmly recognised as Ireland’s largest independent contract office solutions company, a long-time supplier to the Government, HSE and Educational sector, and delivering a nationwide service with regional services in Cork, Galway and Mayo covering the four provinces of Ireland. The company’s Managing Director, Siobhan O’Connor outlines the
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The procurement function is now more strategic, more collaborative, more technology-driven, and these transformational trends are ongoing. With some €90 billion in works, supplies and services to be procured in Ireland over the next five years, it is timely therefore to assess whether procurement policy in Ireland is delivering value for money. By Dr Peter […]
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Today’s workplace is constantly changing, and that means challenges and opportunities for managers, administrators and employees. The millennial generation will soon make up 75% of the global workforce. Let’s take a look at these changing demographics and what challenges and opportunities the millennial generation represent. Today’s workplace will have employees and
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Do you remember this photograph? In the United States, people have taken pains to banish it from the record of September 11, 2001. The story behind it, though, and the search for the man pictured in it, are our most intimate connection to the horror of that day. In the picture, he departs from this […]
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It’s officially summer since the 20th of June and with children up and down the country nearly finished school until September many parents will be paying money to keep their children occupied during the holidays. On family farms it’s different however because from a certain age all youngsters growing up on farms become an extra […]
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When he passed away in 2013, Paddy O’Keeffe had been a iconic and legendary figure in Irish farming for many decades. Editor of the Farmer’s Journal for 37 years, O’Keeffe was a crucial figure in the modernisation of Irish farming, characterized by his love of new ideas and great passion for maximising farming practise through […]