Review and exploration of the “Cloud” with James McDonald
“You’ll find happiness over on Cloud 9. Clouds 1 through 8 are strictly for data storage.”
I recently received an email with that caption describing the conversation between two angels. How appropriate to our topic for the upcoming Tech4Good meeting on March 3, 2015. Co-founder, James McDonald will talk with us about that somewhat mysterious universe of the “Cloud”. His presentation will help us negotiate the language and the pros and cons of Cloud computing. McDonald will discuss the various forms of Cloud computing services, the services available, the service providers and how to choose what service will best meet your organization’s needs.
Independent Consultant for Not-For-Profit organizations, James McDonald, has over twenty-five years of experience and expertise in Non-Profit organizations. His consultancy work focuses on strategic planning, visioning and the use and implementation of emerging technologies. McDonald is Co-Founder of the Tech4Good/SWFL group.
Part two for this meeting will be for your feedback. We’ll start our 2015-2016 planning process by exploring with you, “What did we get right and where did we miss?” This is your club and we want to offer the information that works best for you. So, as you prepare for our March program, think about what programs worked to provide you useful information and what programs didn’t. See you soon.
Mark your calendars, register online at Meet-up.com (so we make sure to have enough food for everyone) and plan on joining us for an evening of fellowship, support, networking, and information.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
- James McDonald on Cloud services
- Q & A
- Catered by Nico’s Kitchen
Mark your calendars and plan on joining us for an evening of fellowship, support, networking and information. As always, the event is free of charge but RSVP is requested (as we need to know how much food and soft drinks we need to bring:-)
Hosted by: Birgit Pauli-Haack, NFN4Good and James McDonald, Consultant.
Thank you to our Sponsors:
- Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church
- NTEN – Nonproft Technology Network
- Netsquared / Techsoup Global
- Relevanza – strategic. innovative. communication