ProTECHtivity Workshop in West Vancouver

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Canadian technology media personality Steve Dotto of Dotto Tech is hosting a series of events around the Lower Mainland with a talented line-up of speakers. protechtivityThe theme for these ProTECHtivity seminars is about being productive with your technology (apps, devices, etc.). The next one is coming up on Thursday in West Vancouver.

What: ProTECHtivity North Shore
Where: Hollyburn Country Club
When: Thursday, May 23, 2013 from 8:00am to 4:30pm
Tickets: Available online. WIFI, coffee, and snacks are included.

Steve Dotto will be the first speaker of the day, talking about productivity apps, and he will be followed by a coffee break then Victoria’s own Mike Vardy with his session “Personal Productivity Power Session: Task Management”. Darci LaRocque will be up next with “Top Tips Managing your Smartphone AND your Email” and after lunch, Linda Chu’s talk “Paper Chase” will focus on organization. Brooks Duncan will follow with “The Paperless Office”, then Steve will return with “Evernote and Beyond” including some of his essential tool tips to round out the day.

I have the pleasure of being invited to Steve’s Dotto Tech show on AM650 radio every few weeks and he’s not only an entertaining and informative speaker, he definitely knows the best tools for the job whatever skill level you might have when it comes to technology.

Book your spot today as this event is just a few days away. If you can’t make it to the North Shore, you can catch the same line-up in Victoria on June 6th or in the Fraser Valley on June 20th. Follow @DottoTech on Twitter and Protechtivity on Facebook for more information about this workshop and upcoming events.

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