Friday, January 9, 2009

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Get The Most From Broadband & Technology

With the start of a new year there are going to be new Muskoka Community Network workshops delivered this January. As part of MCN's commitment to delivering technology training education and awareness to Muskoka, we will be running many more workshops over 2009. Our workshops are designed to help Muskoka's businesses and residents get the most benefit from broadband and technology.

All of our workshops are delivered in easily understood language to suit everyone from those who just started using a computer yesterday to more advanced users. We are offering two new workshops, Plan Your Web and Technology Management.

Plan Your Web:
MCN Office, 440 Ecclestone Drive, Bracebridge
January 19th, 1:30pm

The first of two workshops will be a Plan Your Web workshop. This workshop teaches participants about what makes a good website and how to integrate planning website into your business structure. Plan Your Web participants will also learn some of the important points of search engine optimization, picking a good host and website developer plus much more! This workshop is sponsored by the Business Enterprise Resource Network, visit their website here.

Technology Management:
St. Thomas' Anglican Church, 4 Mary Street, Bracebridge
January 28th, 5:00pm

The second workshop is about Technology Management. This workshop covers a variety of important topics for today's business owner. Some of the highlights include developing strategies to cope with advancing technology and obsolescence, security for your computers and on the internet. Plus, the Technology Management workshop will show you how to avoid data disasters and ease recovery. This workshop is hosted in partnership with Muskoka Futures.

To sign up for either workshop or for more information please send us an e-mail at or call us at 646-9044. Watch out for more information on other upcoming workshops on this blog or on our website.

For more information on broadband and technology in Muskoka, visit the Muskoka Community Network website at

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