You will NOT want to miss this one!
“Cracking the Code: Business Technology”
Invizio, Comcast Business Class & the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, August 18th at Jungle Island
Invizio will host and moderate the Cracking the Code – Business Technology half-day seminar in an interactive, engaging and energetic setting. We’ll be talking about the latest and greatest advancements in technology that you and your business should take advantage of.
Connect with like-minded business owners and entrepreneurs in this relaxed and educational session while learning from the best of the best in business technology. We look forward to having you!
LEARN HOW TO:
· Virtualize and disaster-proof your business
· Maximize workforce communication & collaboration
· Work on-the-go from anywhere in the world!
Cracking the Code – Business Technology is especially designed for small to medium businesses. Kevin and Invizio will host and moderate the seminar and present strategies on integrating new tools in technology to streamline business operations and positively impact productivity and profits.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
8:30 AM – 1:30 PM
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail
Miami, Florida 33132
Parking $5 with validation
We want to give each participant the personal attention they deserve, so space is limited. Don’t delay, take 5 minutes to register NOW:
This will be an interactive seminar, so remember to bring your laptops. Lunch will be provided.
Last year Google announced the launch of Google Cloud Print. In essence, Cloud Print allows you to print to a local printer from applications running on a mobile device like a phone or tablet without the need for specialized print drivers. A year has passed, development has continued and after much a do Google has rolled out Cloud Print for Gmail and Google Docs for iOS and Android based devices. If you haven’t already given Cloud Print a try, you’ll have to download Google Chrome to make it all work.
// via Google Mobile Blog
If you suddenly feel like your company is behind the times with Office 2010, don’t worry, Office 2011 is only for Mac. In a bid to expose more Mac users to Office 2011, Microsoft is now offering up a free 30-day trial for you to kick the tires. Check it out here.
// via MacWorld
I can’t begin to explain the ramifications of this story or how huge of an announcement this is for the future of cloud computing, but this news has the Internet abuzz. Chances are you’re familiar with Verizon. Well do you know Terremark? Probably not. Where is your email hosted? In the cloud you say. Terremark is the cloud. The company has a massive investment in data centers across the globe, where the servers and infrastructure that constitute the ‘cloud’ are hosted. So simply put, Verizon just bought the cloud (or at least a part of it). With cloud computing set to take off way into the foreseeable future, we here at Invizio expect more acquisitions of this sort going forward.
Sidebar: Shout outs to a friend of Invizio, Jaret Davis of Greenberg Traurig on representing Terremark in the deal.
// via New York Times