The Resurgence of Old Technology

When Vinyl comes back into fashion

I joined ABC Peter Goers to talk about the resurgence of old technology into our lives. Vinyl has made an undeniable comeback, and many argue it is better than most current digital forms. What other trends from yesteryear will we see back in our lives, and how can we make sure with everything now ‘digital’ that we keep on experiencing everything in the way it was originally intended?

The Future of Financial Planning Is Near

I had the pleasure of joining Peter Switzer on Sky News Business this week to discuss the Future of Financial Planning, how technology and digital are impacting financial planning businesses on a global scale, Roboadvice, and how legislation needs to keep up with the pace of change.

What Is the Future of Financial Planning?

Of course, the big question on everyone’s lips is “Do Financial Planners have a future with all of this new technology?”

The simple answer to this is yes, as relationships will remain a focal point, but the real question is how. Digital has a large role to play in unlocking the future, embracing change, and in enhancing relationships. The Financial Planner of the future will be the new wave of technology advisors.

You can view my full interview with Peter Switzer on Sky News Business here.

The Future of Money and Banking

ABC 774 Melbourne’s Richard Stubbs is always great fun to chat with, and this time we were talking about the Future of Money and Banking. With it being literally days away from the financial year end, it’s all about money. Digital currencies, frictionless transactions, cashless business, these are all topics that are at the core of businesses up and down the country in 2015.

The big question is, what lies ahead in the future, and what do we need to do about it?

Has Netflix broken the internet?

Online video service Netflix has recently launched in Australia, and the demand for it has far exceeded expectations of anyone in the industry. Since the service has gone live, telecommunications providers such as Telstra, Optus and iiNet have witnessed overloading on their networks like never before. Is this the fault of Netflix, or the Telco’s themselves and what needs to be done about it?

Chris speaks with ABC Darwin’s Adam Steer on the impact that Netflix is having on Australia.

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