Friday, August 19, 2011

If you're in Perth, don't miss the RightClick 2011 Conference

I will be making my first trip to Perth to speak at the RightClick 2011 Conference on 30 September.

If you're in town, or can make it there, I recommend that you consider attending.

The event is organised by the Institute of Public Administration WA (@ipaawa) and the event hashtag is #rightClick

More details below:

Transform the Way You Communicate - RigthtClick 2011 Conference

Over 10 million people in Australia have a Facebook account and up to 2 million use Twitter and LinkedIn. So how can you control what people say about you and what are the security implications for your organisation?
Simple answer, you can't control what people say but you can develop policies which address internal and external communication and security risks.

Attend RightClick 2011 and find out how you and your organisation can effectively use social media and new technologies in the workplace both safely and securely. Hear case studies from the public and private sector and the challenges and opportunities technology has provided.
Discussions will include:
  • Why should government adopt digital media?
  • Benefits of social networking services.
  • Implications for policy makers and those employing young people in the workplace.
  • Expanding young people’s digital citizenship.
  • Communicating and engaging internal & external stakeholders.
  • Security and privacy issues.
  • The role of a Government 2.0 Advocate.
Download conference program

Who should attend?

Any professional interested in developing and using technology more effectively in the workplace.
Tell your colleagues:
We encourage you to tell interested colleagues about the conference.

Friday 30th September 2011 
9:00am - 4:30pm
Hyatt Regency Perth


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