Google Apps Workshop
Google Apps Workshop - Over 4 million businesses use Google Apps - should your company be one of them? In this workshop you'll find out how your business can take advantage of the free tools and how much it might cost to implement Google Apps across your entire enterprise. We'll compare Apps to Microsoft's product suite and you'll be able to better decide if your company could join thousands of others who've made the switch to Google Apps (or stay with the thousands who didn't). While the focus of this workshop will be Google Apps for Business, we will also compare Google's offerings for Government, Education and the Non-profit sector. Doug Allen, President of Allen’s Consulting, is the presenter for this workshop. He is a prominent leader in the Kansas City technology community with over 30 years of experience in the Information Services industry. For the past two decades, Doug has served as CIO for Pioneer Financial, JCCC and Franklin Savings & Loan. He has authored two published books and several personal computer technology courses. He has developed and presented 30 different seminar topics around e-learning technologies, networking software applications and Internet research. Doug has also served on multiple advisory panels for companies such Microsoft, Compaq, ComputerLand & SCT and currently is a member of the Silicon Prairie Association. Enterprise Center of Johnson County, 8527 Bluejacket, December 6th, 11am-1pm, $25(includes boxed lunch). To register - online at www.ecjc.com, call 913-438-2282 or email email@example.com.
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