WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Learn how to safely dispose of old computers, telephones, fax machines and other electronics at a free seminar, “E-Waste: The Dirty Little Secret about Technology” at The Microsoft Store in White Plains.
Robert Cioffi, chief executive officer of Progressive Computing, will present the next in a series of free educational technology seminars for business owners on Jan. 15 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The Microsoft Store is at 125 Westchester Ave. in The Westchester mall.
He will share methods on how businesses and individuals can take back their storage closet by safely ridding their business or home of old technology while protecting the environment in a cost efficient manner.
Light refreshments will be served. Click here to register.
At the most recent seminar in the series, Cioffi spoke about the opportunities and challenges of mobile computing.
While working from home, on the road and on multiple devices, Cioffi advised the audience on how to stay connected, be more efficient and keep their data secure while growing their businesses with help from mobile technology.
He discussed the importance of and the numerous methods necessary to effectively protect proprietary data in a mobile computing environment.
Cioffi, a Microsoft Small Business Specialist, is a seasoned speaker and writer on a variety of technology topics foR small and mid-sized business. He will be joined by additional subject matter experts.
"The goal of our seminar series is to answer the most common and pressing IT-related questions that we hear, and discuss some real-world applications of solutions," said Cioffi in a statement.
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