Wired Wednesday: Mobile Computing For Business & Education | April 27

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Our upcoming Wired Wednesday luncheon will be held on April 27, 2011 from Noon until 1:30 p.m. at the City of Lynchburg Information Technology Center. We’re excited to bring you, “Mobile Computing For Business & Education”, as we explore the use of mobile computing technologies for business and educational applications. We’ll be looking at handheld devices, smart phones, tablet PCs and what these new options in computing may mean for your organization. There will be demonstrations, audience participation and Lynchburg City Schools will be sharing on how they are integrating mobile technologies into the school system.

Our presentation will include:

  • Pros & Cons of handheld devices/phones…Android vs. iPhone vs. Blackberry.
  • The rising use of tablet PCs.
  • How tablet PCs can integrate into your IT plan/work environment.
  • A look at the various players in the tablet PCs market.
  • Hands-on demonstration of tablet PCs in a work environment.

Where: City of Lynchburg Information Technology Center |  3150 Young Place Lynchburg, VA 24501 (NOTE: different location)
When: April 27, 2011, noon until 1:30 p.m.
Cost: $10 for Tech Council Members, $15 for non-members

Wired Wednesdays are a great opportunity for networking and an excellent way to get involved in the regional technology community. Come join us and bring a friend!

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