MicroTech CEO Speaks at Harvard Business School

Mon, 2012-04-16 18:04 -- nitrous

MicroTech CEO Tony Jimenez made a special appearance at the 15th annual Harvard Latino Law, Policy, and Business Conference, speaking before a rapt audience that included students and faculty from the Harvard Law School, the Kennedy School of Government, and Harvard Business School.

Tony’s topic: “Business Opportunities in the New Tech Era,” presented the audience with the hottest emerging business technologies — cloud computing, unified communications, social media analytics, and digital signage — and ways that students could steer their education and experience to take advantage of these new career paths. He also told his story of how he got involved in the Information Technology field and how Latinos must work together to conquer the Digital Divide that leaves them trailing other ethnic groups in Internet access.

The conference features Latino leaders from the private, public and non-profit sectors, in an in-depth discussion of issues in the Latino community. One of the longest Latino traditions at Harvard, the conference has sparked dialogue across disciplines, provided networking opportunities among students, alumni, and professionals; and inspired the next generation of Latino leaders. This year’s speakers included former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

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