Presented by Datacom, Netsafe & FutureWork Studio
Everyday technology is transforming our workplaces allowing us to work smarter, explore new opportunities and change how we work to achieve greater outcomes for both employees and customers.
Connectivity, automation and artificial intelligence are continually providing businesses opportunities for change in a more efficient, consistent and coordinated manner. Improving our understanding of digital transformation is essential in being able to take next steps with confidence.
Join us as we provide an insight into important issues you need to consider for your business / organisation today.
Topics covered in the discussion will include:
- Top technology trends in 2019: What are they / are they available / what to look out for
- Online safety – Educating your team on online safety
- Digital transformation / integration
Who should attend? This session is applicable to for-profit, public benefit entities, board members, CEO's, management and anyone with an interest in technology and cyber security in the workplace.
Introducing our presenters:
James leads the advisory and strategic consulting business for NZ’s largest tech exporter and IT services provider, Datacom. He will share his perspective on the current tech trends and most urgent challenges facing businesses today, drawing on his real-world experiences helping Datacom’s customers to adapt and succeed in ever more dynamic and fast changing markets.
Sean is the Director of Technology and Partnerships for Netsafe. Sean worked for a number of years as Netsafe’s education sector lead, and has been involved directly in the authoring and development of the Netsafe Kit for Schools since version three. Sean spends much of his time working with national and international organisations in the development of online safety focused projects.
Vincent is the co-founder of FutureWork Studio, a company he started with fellow business leader Joanne Fair in response to the rapidly changing nature of work. Their aim is to create a dynamic marketplace where skilled professionals can move easily between forward-thinking organisations and assignments, continuously upskilling on the job and taking advantage of technological disruption.
When: Wednesday 10 July 2019