The Ruddmentum podcast

Summary:On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team discusses the resignation of Communications Minister Stephen Conroy, HP's China push, and penetration testing social media.

As Communications Minister Stephen Conroy resigned this week, who will take charge of the National Broadband Network (NBN) policy? Will HP's push into China be successful? And should employers be worried about the personal social media accounts of their employees?

On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team discusses:

  • Conroy's resignation , and the hole that it leaves new-old Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to fill

  • HP's visit to China , and what the company's plans are to win the Chinese market

  • Penetration testing for social media , and keeping an eye on your employee's personal social media accounts.

You can subscribe to Technolatte on iTunes.

Running time: 33 minutes, 27 seconds

Opening theme: "Ecstasy X" by Jason Shaw, CC3.0

Closing theme: "Skyroads" by Pierlo, CC3.0

Topics: NBN, Government, Government : AU, Hewlett-Packard, Security


Suzanne Tindal heads up a team of keen ZDNetters, including journalists Luke Hopewell, Josh Taylor and Michael Lee. You can follow them all on Twitter: @engochick, @joshgnosis, @lukehopewell, @mukimu. Happy listening!

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