Futurist and author Trond Arne Undheim reviews the RSA Asia Pacific & Japan 2020 Virtual Event, arguably the world's leading cybersecurity event, this time only available as a virtual event.
My takeaway is that taking part in a virtual event during COVID-19 is necessary and interesting but it is not how we are going to spend the next decade. The virtual interface is okay, but not great. It lacks a lot of the contextual cues that you find in live events or indeed even in websites. There is enormous scope for improvement, to make it more seamless.
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