Don’t miss Western New York’s premier business event of the year. Marchese Computer is proud to have been selected as host of the second annual Small Business Technology Day. The November 16 event will bring together a group of industry leaders who will help attendees stay ahead of the tech bad guys.
Participants will be able to spend the morning with a “shark,” co-founder of Siri and expert in artificial intelligence, or AI; and get the best information on cybersecurity. The event includes Robert Herjavec of the TV show “Shark Tank,” Adam Cheyer, the co-founder of Siri; Paul Marchese, cybersecurity expert and author of “Business Owner’s Guide to Cyber Security”; and Mike Michalowicz, bestselling author and entrepreneur.
Herjavec, known as “The Nice Shark,” is a world-renowned entrepreneur, cybersecurity businessman, investor, and Shark TV personality. This enthusiastic celebrity agreed to divulge his “shark” secrets for evaluating opportunities and risks in his own business in order to make strategic decisions for growth.
Herjavec has been in the tech industry for 20 years and has built a multi-million dollar cybersecurity business. He’ll explain how new technologies are disrupting small businesses (both good and bad) and his best tips for when, how, where and why to invest – or not invest – in business technology. It will teach participants how to “think like a shark” when evaluating their business to help it reach new levels of success.
Cheyer will talk about the birth of Siri, from idea to creation, to its acquisition by Apple and implementation in the iPhone in 2010. The story of Siri is a fascinating one that few people know about and shows how AI will affect everyone.
Marchese will present on “The New Breed of Cybercriminals and What You Can Do to Protect Your Business from Lost Profits, Irreparable Reputation Damage, and Hostage Taking.”
The virtual program will stream live from Western New York beginning at 9 a.m. on November 16. The event is free and recommended for small business leaders who want to learn the best technologies and practices to increase their profitability and protect them from online threats.
Reserve your place by registering at www.mcpinc.com/techday2023. Those who register will have free access to the virtual event and will be reminded when the event goes live. Those who may not be able to attend on November 16 will still be able to register and have access to a post-event recording.