Welcome to Evening Report’s TECH NOW. This week, we examine the BIG ISSUES behind the TECH HEADLINES with ComputerWorld NZ’s editor, Sarah Putt.
What’s Happening in the Tech World?
- Govt & IT – Old-Tech’s Got to Go. What’s New-Tech Look Like?
- Excessive Online Data Collection – Unfriendly Databases – Why is Data Theft Still a Thing?
- Election 2020 – Three Tech-Savvy MPs Call it Quits – Is the New Parliament Going to be Tech-light?
- TicTok and the Five Eyes – When Spies Spoil the Dance Moves.
The programme is the latest effort by EveningReport as it rolls out its public service webcasting programmes, produced by ER’s parent company Multimedia Investments Ltd.
ER’s Tech Now programme explores the latest tech trends both here in New Zealand and globally.
The programme’s format examines the tech world in the present and post-Covid-19 world. It looks at new innovations, what they mean to us as we grapple with the ‘new normal’. Tech Now also looks at the policy settings to see if they are a hindrance to progress or part of the solutions.
Evening Report’s Tech Now also includes audience participation, where the programme’s social media audiences can make comment and issue questions. The best of these can be selected and webcast in the programme LIVE.
Once the programme has concluded, it will automatically switch to video on demand so that those who have missed the programme, can watch it at a time of their convenience.
So join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube as we will promote Tech Now via our social media channels and via web partners. It will also webcast live and on demand on EveningReport.nz, and other selected outlets.
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