"Cloud Computing for Small Companies" is February 20
SUNYIT will present the first in a series of "SUNY BEST" events designed for community participation on Wednesday, February 20, 8-10 a.m., in the Student Center multipurpose room.
"Cloud Computing for Small Companies" will explore the benefits and advantages of cloud computing for small businesses. Roger Norton, dean of the Marist College School of Computer Science & Mathematics, and Christopher Urban, lecturer in computer science at SUNYIT, will explore the nature of cloud computing and its business potential—from the “big picture” to ground-level applications. The event is free and open to the public. Advance registration is available online at sunyit.edu/cgam.sunybest_events.
SUNY BEST in the Mohawk Valley was formed in 2012 by the Center for Global Advanced Manufacturing in partnership with SUNYIT to bring together business, education, economic development professionals and labor. Patterned after a Binghamton University initiative, the purpose of the Mohawk Valley SUNY BEST is to leverage the resources of community partners, with a focus on supporting and revitalizing regional quality of life.
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