Technology plays a critical role in the success of small businesses, and some chambers of commerce have made technology education a priority for members, writes Cindy Bates on the Microsoft SMB Blog.
The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and the DC Chamber of Commerce, for example, recently introduced the e-learning Global Classroom platform, designed to help small businesses become more tech savvy. “These cloud-based custom portals offer hundreds of online courses and thousands of video tutorials from technology and business leaders including Microsoft, Franklin Covey, Emily Post and WIN Learning,” she writes.
Also, if you need professional IT support, be sure to check out Pinpoint.Microsoft.com, where you can find an IT expert in your area to help you make sure you’re using technology to your best advantage.
To learn more, head over to the Microsoft SMB Blog.
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