Helge Keitel

Helge V. Keitel
KK-Net Ky
helgekeitel at gmail.com
+358 50 309 2021

The Finnish Association of Technical Journalists, Presstek ry, is a national organization, founded in 1978. The Association’s objectives include:
  • acting as a collaborative body for technical journalists
  • improving the quality of technical writing and communication about matters related to technology
  • widening people’s awareness of technological developments.
In order to reach these objectives the Association
  • promotes activities such as publishing, training and other areas of technical journalism
  • organises events, presentations, meetings, excursions and informal gatherings
  • acts as a body representing technical journalists in Finland as well as outside Finland
  • proposes initiatives concerning publishing and editorial work and
  • acts as a consultant and issues statements related to topical matters in its sector.
Presstek is entitled to receive contributions, grants and gifts to support its activities.

To be a member of Presstek, you have to - work as a technical journalists on free lance journalist, or - work as technical spokeperson or PR/press officer.


Visual Radio is intended to enhance traditional FM radio, by adding interactive content over the mobile phone network.

We also talk about Podcasting, Networking, Social Collaboration, Narrowcasting and Global Open Source Interactive Innovations, Web 2.0 and the evolution of On-demand Information Systems. 

I n n o v a t i o n

The paradox in managing innovation is the difficulty–if not impossibility–of simultaneously having an efficient organization and an innovative one.

This is very true.
Organizations must perform efficiently to survive and thrive in their current environment, but they must also retain the ability to adapt should the environment change.

Change management
The tension is between adaptation and adaptability, between exploitation of current resources and opportunities and exploration for new ones.

The commercial environment in which global businesses now operate has never been more complex or challenging. As a result, for organizations typically trading across multiple countries, time zones and cultures, effective communication methods have become critical as they seek new ways to gain a competitive advantage.

For many years, audio conferencing has played an essential role in the pursuit of this goal, yet its ability to provide an effective alternative to physical communication has proved increasingly restrictive.

By contrast, in bringing together voice, video and the Web, the latest multimedia collaboration technologies provide the opportunity to communicate more effectively by providing the means to share documents and make presentations, for example, in real time and with simple point-and-click commands. 

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