29 Jun Contest
TWT Pune took an initiative for all tech writers, researchers, and subject matter experts to participate in a Pan India Whitepaper contest on April, 2023. The contest had three themes:
- Emerging Technologies – Latest technologies that are poised to disrupt industries and change the way we live and work.
- Future of Work: Impact of technology, remote work, and changing workforce demographics on the workplace of the future, employee engagement, productivity, collaboration, and new trends in technical communication in a post-pandemic world.
- Digital Transformation – Adoption of digital technologies in various industries, including challenges and opportunities, benefits and risks, and best practices.
The three judges, Amit Kapoor, Sumedh Nene and Olympia D’Souza, represent the best and most experienced technical professionals. Together they hold 60+ years of experience.
Finalist and the Winners
The contest had seen good response and nominations. Out of multiple participants, judges selected 5 whitepapers, with 4 being declared winners by a small margin.
This newsletter edition shares 3 of these insightful and well-organised whitepapers with the readers. Remaining two will be published in the upcoming newsletter edition.
- Emerging Technologies in Technical Writing: A Blessing in Disguise or Otherwise? Technical Writers’ ever-challenging endeavour to convey information the best way using the best possible techniques! by Anitha Sethumadhava Rao.
- Future of Work – The purpose of this white paper is to explore the future of work and its potential impact on individuals, organisations, and society. With technological advancements, shifting demographics, and evolving work preferences, the way we work is changing rapidly. by Sneha Bhushan.
- Improving Cyber Security using Zero Trust Architecture – In the current age of Cyber Attacks, Cyber Security is of utmost importance for Information Technology (IT) companies across the world. by Anirban Dasgupta.
Organisers – TWT Pune Team
“Once a new technology rolls over you, if you're not part of the steamroller, you're part of the road.”
- Stewart Brand, Writer