We’re entering a new era where society is changing and the way we do business is being reinvented.
In his presentations and consulting programs, Paul Wallbank looks at the impacts online technologies like cloud computing, social media and collaborative tools are having on your organisation.
Paul’s services include keynotes and workshops on how business and society are changing in the 21st Century. Some of his speaking topics include;
“Paul Wallbank is an engaging speaker who knows how to distil technical concepts into stories that any audience can relate to. He is entertaining, informative and understands how to establish a strong rapport with the crowd.”
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For over ten years Paul Wallbank has been showing millions of ABC radio listeners and Dummies Guide readers how to benefit from the changes the new technology revolution is bringing society. Paul has looked at topics ranging from web search through social media, cloud computing and most other online technologies.
Paul founded IT training company Office Magic in the early 1990s, shortly after he realised small businesses and homes needed onsite support and PC Rescue was born. Paul built the business into a national organisation and one of the best known names in IT support. He’s also been involved in four startup enterprises.
In 1998, he started a weekend technology segment on ABC 702 Sydney and later with the Tony Delroy Nightlife program which goes to air across Australia on the ABC Local Radio network to over 800,000 listeners.
To date, Paul has been involved in seven books including the Australian Small Business Guide to Computers and five Dummies guides including the Australian editions of PCs for Dummies and Internet for Dummies.
Through 2009, Paul was working for the NSW state government on the Digital Sydney project. An initiative to raise Sydney’s profile as a centre for the global digital economy.
With this diverse, broad range of working with business, government and community organisations, Paul brings unique and sometimes provocative views on where business and society are heading in this era of great change.