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Moving your business into the cloud

24 Nov 2011

It’s Christmas party season, and Wellington-based web developers 3months are combining their festive celebration with a presentation on the next big thing in IT, cloud computing.

Guests will learn what cloud computing is, what some of the more popular solutions are, and how it can help companies succeed – as well as what the risks are and how they can be dealt with.

3months says this is a down to earth presentation ‘aimed at non-technical business people who want to understand the basics of cloud computing’.

The presentation will take place at the 3months office on the corner of Courtenay Place and Taranaki Street, on Tuesday December 6, at 3:30pm. Drinks, networking and festive fun will follow. For more information and to register go here.

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