|Sent on:||Wednesday, July 27, 2011 10:48 AM|
Wednesday, August 17, 2011, 6:30 PM, UNC-TV, 10 T.W. Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC
Enoch Moeller will lead discussion of the broad selection of Google applications and services that are available for qualifying non-profit organizations, including:
We will also cover the advantages of cloud-based software solutions for your non-profit, including operational efficiency, collaboration, and availability.
Enoch Moeller is the Operations Manager for the Google data center in Lenoir, NC. Prior to joining Google, Mr. Moeller spent 8 years with Charlotte-based Quaero Corp (now part of CSG Systems), as VP of Information Technology. Mr. Moeller's IT industry experience also includes financial services, manufacturing, and call center environments. Enoch hails from Fayetteville, AR, and attended the University of Missouri - Rolla and the University of Arkansas. Mr. Moeller currently lives in Lenoir, NC with his wife, Christina, and his two daughters. He is currently a member of the Lenoir Economic Development Board, N.C.Technology Association, N.C. Business Committee for Education, Caldwell County Schools' Education Foundation Board of Directors, N.C. Economic Developers Association and other community organizations.
Pizza and beverages (sponsored by Public
Network, Inc./RTPnet and NTEN) will be served at 6:30 preceding
the 7 p.m.
NOTE that this month's meeting is at UNC-TV.
UNC-TV is located at 10 T.W. Alexander Drive in the Research Triangle Park, just west of the Alexander Drive exit off the Durham Freeway (NC Highway 147). Heading north on 147, turn left at the exit, cross over the Freeway and go to the second right turn. Heading south on 147, turn right at the exit and also go to the second right turn. Then, look for signs on the left for the UNC-TV parking lot. For more specific directions, go to www.unctv.org/aboutus/directions.html
We look forward to seeing you there! Please
RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/NCTech4Good/events/27113921/.
limited! And we want to have enough pizza.
Judy Hallman, one of the NCTech4Good organizers