LIVE on Tech Now this week: How and why international cyber attackers have New Zealand organisations in their sights? There are BIG Changes looming to how our Emergency services communicate. Why is this change coming? What’s the cost? And, what will it mean for you, and for first responders? AND… Media Tech: Is print really dead? And, why is the New York Times a digital success story?
Tonight, on Tech Now technology commentator Sarah Putt joins Selwyn Manning to check out what’s been happening in the tech world this week.
The show’s main points include:
What’s Happening in the Tech World?
- How and why international cyber attackers have New Zealand organisations in their sights?
- There are BIG Changes looming to how our Emergency services communicate. Why is this change coming? What’s the cost? And, what will it mean for you, and for first responders?
- Media Tech: Is print really dead? And, why is the New York Times a digital success story?
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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.
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