Cloud Computing Workshop January 16

The Friends of the Libraries workshop for online storage and document creation is back and better than ever. Whether you attended last year’s cloud computing workshop or not, plan to attend:

Blue Sky Skills for Cloud Computing
Saturday, January 16 at 10:00 a.m.
Dunbar Library, Room 241

Hosted by Engineering Librarian, Phil Flynn!

Want to share photos? Don’t copy them for your friends’ Facebook posts. Instead, register for the Friends of the Libraries Blue Sky Skills for Cloud Computing and learn how to store, share, create and collaborate on a variety of documents.

Top 5 Reasons to Start Using Cloud Storage:

  1. Security – password protection
  2. Space – no need to buy an additional hard drive if you run out of space – just upgrade to the next level of storage (fees vary)
  3. Price – most are cheaper than an external hard drive and many are free up to a certain amount of storage
  4. Global Access – most services are available on a variety of devices
  5. Collaboration – shared documents include instant updates (eliminate the danger of duplicating work), variety of documents, share photos – no more long email chains with document attachments!

Your registration of $10 provides for workshop materials, refreshments and supports the Friends of the Wright State University Libraries. The Friends of the Libraries would like to thank the Wright State staff, faculty and students for your continued support of our programs, service and skills!

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