ZDNet Webinar: How Technology Drives Productivity

4:00PM to 5:00PM
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Working smarter and increasing productivity is essential for the survival of any business. That means businesses have little choice but to improve the way they do things.

On December 6, at 11am AEDT, ZDNet contributor Phil Dobbie hosts this one hour special looking at how individuals, businesses and the economy are being influenced by the latest technological trends, and practical steps your business can take to improve processes and efficiency.

Register today to watch LIVE or On Demand and learn how technology is helping companies to become more productive whilst exposing them to more international competition and why it's important for any business concerned about how they will face the future competitive regime and the need to drive improvements in the way they do things.

The session will be hosted by popular ZDNet contributor Phil Dobbie, with a panel that features:

Peter Mercieca, , South Pacific Head of Telecommunications, Media and Technology, KPMG - Peter has been with the international KPMG network for 24 years providing a range of audit and advisory related services. He currently leads the Australian Telecommunications, Media & Technology practice and is KPMGs Media and Telecommunications leader for Asia Pacific. He is also KPMGs lead partner on a major Australian telecommunications provider and is a member of the Communications Alliance Board.

Paul Geason, Group Managing Director, Telstra Enterprise and Government - Paul has been with Telstra for more than 15 years, heading up the Wholesale and now the Enterprise & Government business unit. He will share Telstras own research into productivity as well as assist with potential solutions..

Ben Vivoda, Business Manager, Printing Systems, Hewlett-Packard South Pacific - Ben is responsible for leading HPs imaging and printing business including products, supplies and business printing solutions across consumer, small and medium business, as well as the enterprise and the graphic arts segments for ANZ.

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