LISTnet HELPS LOCAL TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES CONNECT AND GROW
Long Island Software & Technology Network (LISTnet) was founded as a member supported organization in 1997. LISTnet’s ongoing mission is to promote Long Island as a national center of excellence for software and technology. We connect companies, educators and government, to form a strong technology ecosystem on Long Island. We help companies collaborate, hold events to share ideas and information, work to improve the tech workforce and partner with companies providing the high tech centers and work spaces needed for the growth of the Long Island software and technology community.
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NEWS & EVENTS
Developing a Proper Social Media Marketing Strategy for Your Business
Companies that use social media have a lead conversion rate 13 percent higher than average. There are intangible benefits too. Craft an appropriate social marketing strategy and you’ll likely gain happy, loyal customers who appreciate your products, services and your consistent social media marketing efforts. Set Goals and Objectives You Can Measure Put social media […]
Cybersecurity: Ransomware – How to Protect Yourself – Thursday, February 22, 2018 – Digital Ballpark
Ransomware is software that infects a computer and locks the data until you pay a ransom to the cyber-criminal behind it. This is sadly a growing threat, but there are steps you can do to protect yourself. Matt Pascucci from CCSI and Ed Eisenstein, founder of United Network Associates and former Nassau County CIO, will […]
A Critical Factor in Finding Technology for Your Business
In addition to my role at LISTnet, I run a software and technology consulting company. As a consultant, part of what I do is help people find the right software to run and grow their businesses. There are a lot of things to consider. What technology is the software built on? How scalable is it? […]