iNorthumberland Business Support is giving Northumberland-based businesses the opportunity to show off their cyber security knowledge and put their questions to an expert during an hour-long TwitterChat.
Running between 3pm and 4pm on Thursday 2nd July 2015 and using the hashtag #SuperfastSession, businesses will be able to show off their cyber security skills and help others by tweeting their solutions to cyber security questions and concerns with expert James Lane. During the hour, James will also answer questions about how businesses can improve their cyber security.
James is director of training at RAW Digital Training, one of the leading training agencies in the country specialising in digital and cyber security for businesses. The team has trained hundreds of companies across the North East, as well as further afield, and has built a reputation for its expertise and professionalism.
To view the conversation, users can search the hashtag, #SuperfastSession, and join in by Tweeting answers or asking questions of their own including #SuperfastSession within Tweets. For more updates and information about how to take part, follow the @nland_online Twitter account.
Offering FREE high quality digital training courses, the iNorthumberland Business Support programme includes one-to-one sessions with experienced business advisers in a workshop setting, access to an online learning portal which businesses can use at their own leisure and focused masterclasses so they can expand their digital knowledge even further.
The iNorthumberland Business Support programme is delivered by Arch, The Northumberland Development Company and helps businesses to capitalise on online technology in order to manage and grow their business online.
Eligible businesses that also complete 12 hours of training will qualify for 12 months of free superfast broadband – worth up to £400. In addition, extra funding is now available for businesses in locations where new infrastructure may be required to access superfast broadband.
Anyone wishing to find out more about the programme can call 01670 528453 and speak to Lucy Cansfield, Digital Business Support Manager, or visit www.inorthumberlandbusiness.co.uk.