Event Notices From January 19
TouchWorld, IBM to host Data Privacy Seminar: Farmington Hills-based TouchWorld Inc., an IBM business partner, and IBM will present its first quarterly seminar event of 2011 on March 3. “Taking a Smarter Approach to Securing your Data” will feature keynote speaker, Karl Wehden, IBM information governance strategist, and his strategies on how to safeguard organizations’ data and how to leverage data discovery masking techniques as part of an overall integrated data management strategy. Attendees will also gain an understanding on how current regulatory requirements for data privacy and security impact today’s organizations along with exploring areas of concern and vulnerability in orgainization’s data management strategy. For additional information or to register for the Data Privacy event, contact Gordon McKenna at (248) 470-8422 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Breakthroughs Webinar On Compliance Automation: Creative Breakthroughs Inc. has scheduled a Webinar on IT Compliance Automation that will cover the unique compliance challenges faced by organizations. It will also outline the steps that should be taken to create an automated compliance management infrastructure using Symantec’s Control Compliance Suite. The event is WEdnesday, Feb. 16 at 1 p.m Eastern time.
Schoolcraft College to host exporting assistance seminar: The Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center will present “The Basics of Exporting,” a special workshop for those in need of exporting assistance on Wednesday, Jan. 26, at Schoolcraft College in Livonia. Held in conjunction with the U.S. Export Assistance Center (Department of Commerce) and Small Business Administration, trade experts will help you understand the reasons for exporting, export readiness, marketing, sales and distribution considerations, logistics and export documentation. The seminar will be held at the Business Development Center at Schoolcraft College, at 18600 Haggerty Road in Livonia. Call (734) 462-4438 to register or visit www.misbtdc.net/workshop.aspx?ekey=97310031.
CDI IT Solutions to Sponsor and Present at HDI Motown Event: CDI IT Solutions, a technology services delivery leader and a division of CDI Corp., will sponsor and deliver the keynote address at the HDI Motown meeting on Friday, Feb. 11. The event will run from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Southfield Public Library, 26300 Evergreen Road in Southfield. CDI’s Rob Kleier will present the topic ‘How to Create a Customer Quality Environment’. He will discuss how customer satisfaction goals and standards are driven from the service desk through various areas of the organization where customer satisfaction principles are typically lackluster. By relating CDI’s strategic thinking to real world experiences and best practices, the presentation will provide the audience with a variety of ideas on how to transform a service desk in order to achieve high customer satisfaction. To register, visit http://bit.ly/hFhrly. More about CDI at www.cdi-its.com.