If panelists of the 2nd Annual NCET State of Digital Marketing luncheon were knights of the round table, then content would still remain king. But being king is more than simply owning a position. It’s leading with a vision and mobilizing villagers to take action toward something more meaningful. While the tone of the inaugural event in 2016 revealed trends on content positioning, the 2017 event had a strong emphasis on influencers and customization.
The cloud has become an integral component for enterprise businesses worldwide, yet many small businesses have been slow adopters of this technology. Join NCET for Tech Bite on March 23, and learn what you can do to make the right cloud decisions for your business.
Join NCET for Tech Bite on February 24, and get the scoop on live streaming from Matt Lush, Account Executive with Abbi Agency. Matt will discuss the current streaming apps available and focus on their use for business, news and citizen journalism.
When the recession hit in 2008, Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology was a statewide organization focused on fostering an environment where high-growth entrepreneurial companies and tech companies could flourish. Funding was provided primarily by Federal earmarks. Then, earmarks were discontinued and the organization was left high and dry.
Steve Cerocke, founder of IT Technology Solutions, will present an overview of Windows 10, focusing on how the Microsoft ecosystem of business-centric solutions is designed to use Windows 10’s features and functionality to reach new levels of productivity within your organization.
NCET cordially invites you and your staff to a Holiday Networking Lunch. December’s luncheon will focus and mixing and mingling, and Melissa Marsh, founder/owner of HRinDemand will share quick tips on “Three Ways to Refresh Your Employment Strategy for 2016!” Join us for Tech Bite on Wednesday, December 16, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Atlantis.
Edward Estipona, President of the Estipona Group for the past 22 years, has operated a “virtual” company with more than a dozen employees. Join us at November’s Tech Bite luncheon to learn more about remote or distributed business operations.