Google in Kona today for cloud technology event
Koa Hills Consulting, a Big Island-based company, is hosting a cloud technology event today in Kailua-Kona featuring Google and Acumatica, two premier cloud solutions.
Representatives from Google and Acumatica will demonstrate how organizations can leverage cloud-based systems to save money and run more efficiently. Acumatica will demonstrate their financial accounting solution including how to build dashboards and base decisions on real-time information.
Google will introduce Google Apps, a suite of collaboration tools which includes email, document-sharing, chat and video functionality. There will also be a Google Chromebook lab, where users can get hands-on experience with the communication tools.
Koa Hills Consulting, an authorized Google Apps reseller and Acumatica partner, is sponsoring the free event to introduce Hawaii business, government and education organizations to the benefits found by leveraging cloud-based technology.
Cloud-based systems store data and operate entirely on the web; these systems are often subscription-based and are accessed via a web browser. The benefits are many, but can include dramatically-lower hardware infrastructure costs, while improving mobile device access, disaster recovery, collaboration, real-time reporting, and system administration.
The cloud technology event will be held at the Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel. Businesses are welcome to attend the morning Google session, the afternoon Acumatica session, or both.
To register, or for more information about the cloud technology event, visit www.koahills.com or call (808) 213-0033.
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