In 1956, the first computer hard drive weighed over a ton, stored 5MB and needed a fork lift truck to move it around. Nowadays you can go into a high street shop and buy a USB drive which will store 1 Terabyte of data (200-thousand times that IBM original), and is small enough to lose down the back of the sofa.
Internet and digital evangelist Stephen Whitelaw, presents a lively, fast-paced and thought-provoking look at the prospects for content producers and consumers. Stephen has been described as a 'rebel without a pause’ and recently won the Deloitte Touche Fast 50 award. He advises a number of world-wide organisations, and is a much sought-after international speaker. He recently wowed more than 3,000 people at the Royal Albert Hall.