Cloud Computing: Should Your Business be in "The Cloud?"

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IT Computer Support of New York and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Bring Cloud Computing Down to Earth

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and co-sponsor IT Computer Support of New York will present a seminar called "Technology Essentials for Small Business" on Thursday, July 22, 2010 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.

The seminar will be divided into four tracks. One will include a presentation on cloud computing by Daniel Scolnick, CTO of IT Computer Support of New York. What is cloud computing? Why is it essential? How does it cut costs for businesses?

Scolnick, a former Associate Professor of Information Technology at New York University and a member of the Deans advisory council, has led a successful integration company, in New York City for 25 years and through three economic downturns.

Also, a panel discussion, entitled "Effectively Using Social Media for Your Business," will include Business Week columnist and blogger B.L. Ochman of and will be moderated by Ramon Ray, creator of the Small Business Tech Summit.

Other presentations include, "Data Disaster: Can Your Business Survive It?" by Steve Conyers of CMIT Solutions, and "Intelligent Technology Choices in 2010" presented by Mathew Hegarty of Net@Work.

IT Computer Support of New York is a full service IT support and Managed Service provider located in New York City's West Village. With Scolnick at the helm, they have been on the leading edge in implementing new virtual "cloud" technology for their clients.

This is a free event open to all businesses and will be held at the Brooklyn Business Library located at 280 Cadman Plaza West (at Tillary Street), Brooklyn, New York 11201.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, July 20 by calling Maureen Mchugh at 212-242-2949 or email

If you cannot attend the event, but would like to learn more about Cloud Computing or Virtual Technology go to or

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