Image courtesy flickr user Siddartha Thota
Tuesday, August 12th from 6 to 8 p.m.
Register for this workshop
As the lines between technology and lifestyle blur, the choices become limitless and overwhelming. What works for you? Does your business require a computer at a desk? Are you chauffeuring kids, running errands and need to answer emails throughout the day? This workshop explores:
• Email - How can "really important" emails be safeguarded?
• Mobile computing — Can a tablet or smartphone replace a laptop?
• Avoiding downtime — Is paid antivirus software "worth it"?
• Software alternatives — Are there solutions besides MS Office?
• Online research — Can free web browser add-ons improve research skills?
About the Presenter
Bud Freund teaches technology at Bi-Cultural Day School and provides tech support to small businesses and families looking for reasonable, cost-effective technology solutions. Mr. Freund also provides training to individuals, groups and corporations including GE, UBS and the YMCA. His curriculum covers a broad range of hardware and software skills including safe internet practices, tablets, and Excel. As a capstone project, his students create their yearbook pages using PowerPoint and Photoshop. Bud gives back to the community as a SCORE volunteer specializing in IT.
Additional parking for evening and weekend Library programs available on Thorndal Circle (behind Nielsen's).