Cloud Computing For Small Business
East Brunwick Public Library and SCORE Princeton team up to host the special workshop Cloud Computing for Small Business on October 9, 2019 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. More Info
East Brunwick Public Library and SCORE Princeton are teaming up to host the special workshop Cloud Computing for Small Business at the library on October 9, 2019 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Cloud computing has existed since the inception of the internet, but only in recent years, it has become an everyday term. Large enterprises have been leveraging the benefits of cloud computing for years. It is the time for small businesses to realize those same returns. This workshop clears the hype behind cloud computing to explain exactly what the cloud is, what it can do for the small business, and how to implement a strategy around it. The program is presented by Radha Mahalingam.
Mahalingam is an Information Technology Entrepreneur and Consulting Executive. He has over 25 years of success, selling and delivering complex IT transformation projects for large enterprise clients in U.S. involving Cloud, Mobile and Data technologies. In his last role with IBM, he led the U.S. Cloud Application Innovation practice for the Financial Services Industry. Prior to joining IBM, he worked for PwC Consulting. Radha is currently a mentor with the SCORE Princeton chapter.
There is a small fee for this workshop. The fee is payable to SCORE at registration.
Registration is required. Please click here to register.
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