Tech Tips: Adapting for the Future


April 27


11:00 am - 12:30 pm

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Experts discuss strategies like remote work and technologies like e-commerce that can help businesses adapt to the changing world.

Doing business has changed radically in the past few weeks and will continue to change. Businesses will need to adapt by adopting remote work, implementing cloud software, having a web site customers can interact with, including, if applicable e-commerce. It can be overwhelming figuring out how to get started

Loren Wildes, President, Bar Harbor Web Design

Bar Harbor Web Design is a boutique web design company who works with you to get you results. They start from the ground up learning everything we can about your business. Through a combination of digital marketing and custom website design, they partner with you to grow your business.

Malay Thacker, President, The IT People

The iT People (TiTP) is a privately owned IT Support and IT Services business formed in 2012. Today they are proud to boast a strong team of IT engineers who thrive on rolling up their sleeves, solving your IT problems, and meeting your business needs.

Michael Maser, Co-founder and CEO,

UOTech is an employee-owned and operated IT Consultancy, Managed IT Services, and Managed Security Services Provider. We are experts in bringing enterprise class technologies to businesses for a fixed, manageable monthly rate.

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