Mike Hopkins, DEVsource President spoke to a group of small business owners at the Small Biz Academy hosted by the Murray Chamber of Commerce in September. Mike educated participants on the ins and outs of Microsoft Excel and how it can be used as a great resource tool. DEVsource is scheduled to educate members on Microsoft Outlook at a later meeting.
DEVsource President, Mike Hopkins spoke to the Murray POINT (Professional Organization for Information and Network Technologies) group on September 13 at Pagliai’s Pizza. Hopkins educated the group on Cloud Computing and the benefits of moving a small-medium sized business to the cloud. He stated that several clients have inquired lately about what the cloud means and how it can benefit their business. Hopkins will be speaking at the Paducah, Hopkinsville, and Madisonville meetings in the next few months.
DEVsource recently sponsored a hole at the 2011 Community Golf Classic hosted by the Murray-Calloway County Chamber of Commerce and United Way Golf Tournament. Also, employees were on hand to pass out free water to golfers on hole 9.
In July 2011, DEVsource President announced that the company would be donating their DEVcare managed service plan for a 12 month period to local non-profit, Life House Care Center. The donation, which has a value of $4,500 includes network monitoring, unlimited remote support, unlimited scheduled and reactive on-site labor, patch management, virus updates and spam filtering. Life House Director Stephanie Kelly said “Thanks to the DEVsource team we can breathe a little easier.” Life House was established in April 1983 for the purpose of helping local women and girls facing untimely pregnancy.