The Capital Area IT Council is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce to present...
"Technology Tips to Grow Your Bottom Line"
Generously sponsored by...
Program is part of the Lansing Regional Chamber Business Education Series
Thursday, April 29
Lansing Community College West Campus
5708 Cornerstone Drive, Lansing
Learn how cutting-edge technology, including social media, data security, remote training, managed services and VoIP can impact your bottom line and save your business money.
During this high-speed presentation, industry experts from the Capital Area IT Council will share their insight on the latest technological advances that are re-shaping the way we do business. Participants will walk away with valuable, actionable items they can implement before the ink dries on next quarter's balance sheet.
Featured topics/speakers include...
Social Media--general overview of mainstream social networks and why businesses should incorporate these tools into their marketing strategies...
Heidi Gustad, On-line Content/PR Coordinator
Capital Area District Library
Data Security--proactive steps you can take to secure your networks and data to protect against internal and external vulnerabilities...
Jason Cavendish, Information Security Engineer
Delta Dental of Michigan
Remote Training--learn how web based technologies allow you to provide your employees with continuing education in a virtual environment...
Scott McLean, Owner/GM
New Horizons Computer Learning Center
Managed Services--why this attractive alternative to staffing your own internal IT department can end up saving you money and headaches...
Donald Lovell, President
Trouble Shooters Technical Support
VOIP--beyond phone calls and voicemail, how VOIP can ensure business continuity and prevent against a loss of productivity...
Cathy Sionkowski, Market Manager
Moderated by Bil Moore, Strategic Products & Services
Following lunch and the hour long presentation, there will be opportunities to network with the speakers and other subject area experts from the Capital Area IT Council during the "ask the expert" portion of the program...
Admission is $25 for LRCC or CAITC members, $20 joint member, $45 for non-members.