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Right Click Interactive


Touching Tomorrow Today with latest digital delights from Hewlett Packard and Microsoft

Is your business powered to keep motivated today and compete tomorrow?

You are invited to experience Right Click Interactive – an interactive and informative half-day event where you will experience how the latest technologies can power up your business in today’s tough economic climate and unlock business agility and potential for your business.

Hosted by Warwick Grey from Hewlett Packard and Brigitte Reed of Microsoft, Right Click Interactive will be an exhilarating visual showcase where you’ll be among the first to see, touch and feel some of the most exciting innovations for businesses. You’ll also hear case studies from key note speakers with invaluable ideas to grow your business, now and in the future.

The dynamic format of Right Click Interactive means there will be loads of fun as you see, touch and feel diverse office environments laid out in interactive zones including: The Perfect Office, Mobility, Print 2.0 and Unified Communications.

• Learn about the technology of tomorrow and be one of the first to see the Microsoft Office Roundtable in action

• Explore new ways to attract, nurture and grow your customers. Discover how the amazing success of Kiwi icon Annah Stretton of Stretton Clothing Company has been supported with HP technology

• Connect your employees to your business vision and bring happiness to your workplace with secrets for office wellbeing shared by leading author and television personality, Dr. Tom Mulholland (of TV2’s Dr Tom: The Attitude Doctor fame)

Visitors will have the chance to touch and discuss different technology solutions, get up close and personal with local experts and soak up informative presentations.

Admission is complimentary. Registration is essential as numbers are limited.

For venue and registration details, please visit

Proudly sponsored by Hewlett Packard and Microsoft.

Don’t miss out on the chance to win their share of over $30,000 of the latest, exclusive gear from HP and Microsoft. Yes, $30,000! The prize pool includes such treasures as HP's new TouchSmart PC, as well as Microsoft Office and Vista packs and much more (available to attendees only)



Time: 9.00am - 12.00pm (registration starts at 8.30am)

Dates and locations:

Tuesday 23rd September - Dunedin
Wednesday 24th September - Christchurch
Tuesday 30th September - Wellington
Wednesday 1st October - Palmerston North
Thursday 2nd October - Hawkes Bay
Tuesday 7th October - Tauranga
Wednesday 8th October – Hamilton
Thursday 9th October - Auckland

Right Click – September 2008

Touching Tomorrow Today

8:30 Registration – Tea and coffee

9:00 Welcome: Local Chamber of Commerce CEO

9:05 Introduction: Warwick Grey, Marketing Manager, Hewlett Packard

9:15 Technology of Today: Warwick Grey, Marketing Manager, Hewlett Packard

Brigitte Reed, Small & Medium Business Marketing Manager, Microsoft New Zealand

• Annah Stretton: Her Technology story via Video

• Small Business Server 2008, Mobile Devices, Vista

• Technology enabling transition to Bigger, Better, Faster

10:00 Morning Tea

Interactive Zones

• The Perfect Office: Acquire - Ergonomic

• The benefits of seeing more information and the powerful ease to expand

• HP XW4600 work station (demo of desktop real estate maximisation via dual screening)
2 x L2045W 20” wides
Office Demo loaded

• The power to be mobile meets the power of expansion
HP Notebook (New One Hi Spec ask Simon)
1 x LP2465 24” screen
1 x Monitor Stand
1 x Docking station
Office Demo loaded

• Ultra mobility with everything you need
HP Mini Note -

• The best there is to help us feel better about our selves
Logitech Keyboards – Mice - Web Cams

• Comfort is everything
2 x three way adjustable chairs for 8 hour clerical

• Cleanliness is close to Godliness

• Print 2.0: OfficeMax -Interior design

• Unified Communications and Mobility: Code Blue – Environmental

• Improving Productivity/Remote Access

Shared Calendars

Public folders

Outlook web access

Terminal Services 08

Mobile phone/PDA integration to Outlook

SharePoint WSS (teaming, working together)

 The need for a solid platform

Introducing Microsoft’s Infrastructure Optimisation Model/ Shape Assessment (about positioning for the longer term)

• Video Conference

Roundtable videocam

10:45 Technology of Tomorrow – What’s Next? Bigger, Better, Faster

• Software & Services

• Web 2.0

Nigel Parker, Microsoft New Zealand

11:15 Workplace Happiness- Happy people are productive people, Dr Tom Mulholland

Glen Senior

How technology enables Work life balance

• principles ands supporting new NZ Legislation

• Staff Motivation: Impact that having right tools has on motivational levels (e.g.: collaboration tools)

• Personal Productivity: Drives up efficiency levels whilst staff are travelling

• Staff Retention: which is even more important considering current labour constraints

11:45 Collect up Evaluation Forms for prize draw

Event close

Warwick Grey, Marketing Manager, Hewlett Packard

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