IT can be a daunting subject for most small businesses. In some cases, it can take away from time better spent on your business’s mission and goals.

ITonDemand has been given a unique opportunity to share our IT knowledge with you. We want to get your business focusing on what you do best, serving your customers.

So, every third Friday of the month ITonDemand will be hosting TechTalks, a discussion-based event available to all local business people In Marion County. TechTalks will cover a wide array of topics ranging from IT Budgeting 101 to technology for improved business communication. Each topic will be centered around a specific technological challenge and more importantly, an opportunity facing small businesses today. 

The advancement and continued development of local businesses are important to us at ITonDemand. 

That is why hosting TechTalks is so special. It gives us the opportunity to help local businesses continue to grow and develop along with technology.

So don’t miss out on the first ever TechTalks scheduled for Friday, May 18th at 11 am in the Ocala CEP Boardroom. It will be an open Q&A session addressing the question:

 

“What struggles does your business face with technology?”

And don’t worry if you aren’t in the Ocala/Marion County area, you can still watch the live stream recording here.

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