Here at VM we’re planning our spring 2011 conference tour and we’re happy
to say there’s a lot going on in the world of presentations and meetings
about cloud-computing. Deadlines are fast-approaching though, so check out
the list we’ve put together below and see if there’s something happening
near you… hope to see you there!
Note: this list is incomplete and bound to change. Descriptions were taken
off the sponsoring organizations’ websites and so may not reflect content
and/or quality. Don’t hold us accountable if a conference sucks.
What: Global Services Conference 2011: Enabling Business Transformation
Through Global Sourcing
When: January 27, 2011 Where: NYC Cost: $1295.00 conference fee for
“There are… forces playing out in the industry that define the next
generation of services ... (more)
Last month I did a presentation for small business owners at the American
Chamber of Commerce in Paris. For many businesses, “cloud computing” is
just a marketing term that’s being pitched to them, hot buzz words thrown
in their faces. I wanted to really outline what cloud computing is, and how
it can make a real difference for their companies.
The takeaways are simple: By partnering with a service provider to run your
business software (and keep it running), you free up all the... (more)
We’ve been absent from the blogosphere for awhile now and thought we’d
make our reentry with a simple definition. Cloud computing. What is it? How
is it different from, well, normal computing? What does it mean for business
owners? Where is it headed?
Generally speaking, “cloud computing” is the use of the Internet to run
applications or store data. Until recently, most software programs ran on
your personal computer. Cloud computing changes that: programs run on a
remote server (or servers), accessed by (but not stored on) your computer.
Web-based email? Cloud computing. Google... (more)
We’ve long loved Solve360. It’s really good. That’s why we gave them an
A+ review, why we partnered with them, and it’s why we’re now offering
weekly Solve360 support and training.
That’s right – weekly Solve360 training. Twice a week, every week,
we’ll be teaching “Solve 101” and “Solve 102” webinars. We’re
Who it’s for
New to Solve360 but struggling to find your way around? Interested in those
small-but-helpful features that could make or break your workflow? Or maybe
you’re a Solve360 veteran, but need a refresher on some advanced usage
We’ve got a webinar ... (more)
On the heels of yesterday’s announcement regarding Capsule training,
we’re now offering Producteev 101, a weekly group webinar that covers basic
Producteev navigation, use cases and best practices. Look no further if
you’re in the market for Producteev training!
Who it’s for
Anyone just getting started or learning Producteev will benefit from this
hour long webinar. We’ll cover Producteev basics like workspaces and
mobile, but we’ll also look at more advanced stuff like NLP (“natural
language processing”) and general best practice tips. You’ll leave with a
firm handle on gettin... (more)