Totally Technology Series Offers Battle Creek Community Businesses a Course on Technology Planning and Security Management

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Battle Creek Unlimited (BCU) and the Non-Profit Alliance today announce the year’s final courses for the "Totally Technology" Series. These free and low-cost technology-training courses aim to help businesses and non-profit organizations in the area the basic steps in running IT operations.

Battle Creek Unlimited (BCU) and the Non-Profit Alliance today announce the year’s final courses for the "Totally Technology" Series. These free and low-cost technology-training courses aim to help businesses and non-profit organizations in the area the basic steps in running IT operations.

The free course, entitled Business and Internet Security, is scheduled for Tuesday, December 7, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Noon) at Miller College located in (Room: Seminar D). This course is designed to help professionals learn about compliance and regulations for business and non-profit organizations. Attendees will learn about disaster recovery, browser security, WIFI security, website safety and IT security policies. In addition, attendees will learn tips on how to protect computers from viruses and spyware.

The instructor will be Rafael Corral, lead developer at Core'PHP', a local Battle Creek web development company specializing in Joomla, open source content management and website development.

The Nonprofit Alliance is offering two other low-cost courses through December. They are “Google Apps for Your Nonprofit” on December 3 and “Free and Low Cost Technology Tools for Your Nonprofit” on December 21. Both of these courses are $25 for members and $45 for non-members of the Nonprofit Alliance.

The series sponsors, BCU and the Nonprofit Alliance encourage attendance by business owners, organizations, and/or anyone who is interested technology tools and security management. To register, please visit http://techmanagement.eventbrite.com.

About Battle Creek Unlimited
Battle Creek Unlimited is the economic development organization that works with the City of Battle Creek to transform and diversify the Battle Creek economy. The organization encourages business formation and investment in technology, coupled with a continuing supply of real estate and infrastructure to support technology workplaces. For more information, visit http://www.bcunlimited.org/transformation.

About the Nonprofit Alliance
The Nonprofit Alliance (NPA) is a community-based management support program dedicated to strengthening and supporting an effective nonprofit sector in Calhoun, Barry and Branch counties by delivering knowledge and tools, technical assistance and training to help area nonprofits enhance the quality of life in their communities. NPA is located at Kellogg Community College. http://www.nonprofitalliance.org

About Miller College
Miller College is a student-focused and learning-centered institution in Battle Creek, Michigan. The College is a senior-level institution offering degree programs at the junior and senior level in formats and at times convenient for students to attend. Our mission is to graduate students who exhibit a high level of competence in their area of study and demonstrate service to the community. We are committed to providing students with an outstanding education that is current, relevant, and meaningful in today's dynamic and rapidly changing global marketplace. For more information, please visit http://www.millercollege.edu.

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