Tech Networks to co-host Pro Bono tech consulting event Nov 3

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On November 3rd, 2014, Tech Networks of Boston, Annkissam and 501Partners will host an evening of pro bono technology consultations in a sales-pitch-free setting at the Cambridge Innovation Center. We would like to invite employees of local nonprofit organizations to take advantage of this opportunity to obtain assistance that is free of charge and has no strings attached.

A team of twenty nonprofit technology mavens have volunteered their services for the evening; nonprofit professionals will be able to receive one-to-one consultations on a variety of topics.  TNB is contributing the services of three key TNB employees this evening.

Kim Diorio, Data Analyst at TNB, specializes in designing/using/managing databases, designing/using/managing SharePoint sites and other online environments used for collecting and presenting data.

  • Cross-platform data integrations
  • Database design
  • Database development
  • Database implementation
  • Data-driven web applications
  • Strategic database planning
  • Systems integration
  • Usability / user experience

Kalman Gacs, Web Designer at TNB, helps clients articulate their goals and form a strategy for their branding website and other marketing materials to help meet those goals. He makes sure there is efficient implementation and that clean intuitive interfaces are built.

  • Web design / visual design
  • Usability / user experience
  • Web sites
  • Social media

Yves Denhel, Product Manager at TNB, will be offering pro bono consultations in these areas of expertise:

  • Identifying free and low cost technology resources
  • Hands on tech support
  • Laptop computers
  • Desktop computers
  • Internet access
  • Project management / project implementation
  • Systems integration
  • Software selection
  • Security / privacy

If you are interested, please register using this link. We hope to see you there!

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Founded in 1994, Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) delivers people-oriented IT support and care through service desk, remote monitoring and maintenance, staff augmentation, onsite support, strategic planning, training and project IT services to non-profits and businesses in greater Boston with a focus on non-profit health care and human service providers.

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