“Increase Your Productivity Using Cloud Computing” – FINE Meeting – June 21st

18 06 2012

Cloud storage gives you access to your most frequently used and important business files no matter where you are. Whether on your smartphone, tablet, work computer or home computer, you can store, view, access, edit your files and share them with colleagues. It also offers a way to back up those files. 

On Thursday, June 21st, Chris Capelle will explain the mysteries behind Cloud Computing using two of the most popular services as examples, iCloud and Dropbox.  A lot has changed since these two systems were first introduced. Chris will explain in earthling terms how Cloud Computing works and can be utilized.

With nearly 20 years of hands-on IT experience in Macintosh-intensive environments (Marakon Associates, Direct Media Inc., Grolier, Mac Warehouse, etc.), Chris offers a wide range of technical services focusing on the Macintosh platform, and provides clients with dedicated professionalism and the highest standard of care. Chris is based in Wilton. Visit his website for more information at www.chriscapellemac.com.

The meeting starts at 9AM with networking, followed by a welcome and each attendee giving their 30 second elevator speech introduction, followed by our speakers, more networking, and ends at 10:30. It takes place at the Wilton Library, in the President’s Room on the second floor. The library is located at 137 Old Ridgefield Road in Wilton Center, just off Route 7.  Coffee will be available. There is no admission charge, however a $5 donation will help cover the room expense.



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