CPA Ireland Skillnet: Cloud Computing
Dublin - 04 Jul, 2012
Seminar Content: Summer Seminar 5: Cloud Computing
Making Cloud Computing Work for Your Business
The course will be given by a Chartered Accountancy firm who has successfully moved over to cloud computing, outlining why they are using it, what works best for them and important lessons learned that can be immediately taken advantage of. The course will examine the best tips and techniques for successfully taking advantage of all the benefits associated with using cloud computing and the participants will learn easy to implement strategies to help you capitalize on cloud computing.
Who should attend this course?
Any practice and/or business that are considering changing their server and want to learn more about cloud computing.
Topics covered include:
• How to get the most from cloud computing.
• Benefits and pitfalls of virtualizing your server.
• What to look for in a cloud computing provider.
• How to back up documents to the cloud.
• Frequently asked questions about cloud computing.
How will this course be covered?
This is an Instructor-led, group paced course using PowerPoint and a classroom style learning model.
The learning outcomes:
On completion of this course, participants will fully understand what is required to virtualize a server, and will have obtained first hand information on how to overcome potential difficulties they might encounter.
Speaker: Anne Brady, Anne Brady McQuillans DFK
Key Event Details:
Venue: CPA Institute, 17 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 (for directions, click here)
Time: 7.30am - 9am
CPE Credit: 1.5 hours
Book 3 delegates or more in the same transaction and receive a 5% group discount.
Note: Payment for CPE courses is required prior to the start of the event to secure your place on the event.
**Members – You must log in with your Member Number and Password to receive the member price when booking. No balance will be refunded.
The CPA Ireland Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
Non member Cost:€50.00
This event is no longer available for purchase as the event has already taken place.