The BIT Roadshow is coming!

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The BIT Roadshow is coming!

Getting your network ready for the NBN? Want the latest laptop technology? Need to get your accounts in order before tax time? Don't miss this free event.

Exciting news - the BIT roadshow is coming to Sydney and Melbourne. This is a small event, where you'll get to ask questions of IT vendors, meet like-minded people and get a crash course on some important  IT topics you might have heard about. Best of all, it's free.

[UPDATE: click here to book a seat at the BIT Roadshow and see the dates and times.]

If you're a small business owner that doesn't have an IT department, this event is for you. You might be running a home business or even running a small office. This is your opportunity to learn about important IT topics that can help your business.
 
[UPDATE: this article has been updated with the key topics you'll hear about at the event.]
 
Attend the BIT Roadshow and learn from experts on these areas:
 
Topic: How do I use The Cloud to save money in my business?
Get a crash course on this important topic and the money-saving cloud service you can start using right now - VOIP. With Rene Sugo from MyNetFone.  Then listen to Steph Hinds of Growthwise, the superhero accountants from Newcastle, explain how she runs a paperless office using only cloud technologies.
 
Topic: The NBN
Changing broadband speeds could transform the way your business operates. CEO of Autech and broadband champion Darren Alexander explains what it will mean for you.
 
Topic: How to get on top of my bookkeeping
Hear Debra Anderson, from nationally recognised MYOB specialists Legally BAS, and Eden Connell, from Zoom In With Eden Photography, explain the common mistakes and how you can get on top of things. 

Hopefully you'll find this event a really useful way to get your head around some key technologies.

Click here to register for free to reserve your seat in Sydney on October 15. That will be followed by a Melbourne appearance on October 22.

 

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