Lunch and Learns

Here’s what attendees are saying about Tobin Lunch and Learns…

“One benefit of attending was learning what works in security, and the results I can see for my company after attending would be increasing network security.”

The information presented was timely, comprehensive, and valuable.  It really opened my eyes on the many challenges that exist in protecting our kids from the dangers of the internet, while allowing them to experience the many positive attributes of this powerful tool.  You did a great job summarizing the opportunities we have to block, filter, and monitor usage in an effort to protect them.”

What’re Lunch and Learns?

Tobin Lunch and Learns are held quarterly on Tuesdays from 11:30AM until 1:00PM (day and time may change).  Jeremy Cherny, the Owner and President of Tobin Solutions, uses his expertise to speak on key Information Technology topics (see a list of past topics below).  Make good use of your lunch hour by attending our next Lunch and Learn!

Benefits of Attending:

  • Learn during a short, convenient time period
  • Gain awareness about Information Technology issues that affect the workplace
  • Opportunity to receive answers to your questions
  • Free lunch!

 

Past Topics

  • Sending Out Newsletters and Email Blasts with Constant Contact
  • Cyber Security Awareness and Action Plan
  • Office 365
  • Kids and the Internet:  Parental Controls and What You Need to Know!
  • Windows 10

 

Presentation Documents

 

Speaking Opportunities

Are you a chamber, organization or company looking for a guest speaker?  Jeremy is readily available for office or event speaking opportunities on Information Technology topics.  Please contact Jeremy at 414-443-9999 x101 or Jeremy.Cherny@TobinSolutions.com to coordinate a date and time.

More on Jeremy:

Jeremy Cherny is the founder and president of Tobin Solutions based in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.  Mr. Cherny received a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1989.

Beginning his IT career in 1982, he began consulting, selling, and supporting the original IBM PC.  In 1990, he joined Firstar Information Services Corporation and served in a variety of roles including systems development and technology research and architecture.  He later decided to leave this position and work on his own full-time.  He worked out of his apartment (at his dining room table to be exact) for a few years, then eventually moved into Milwaukee County Research Park’s Technology Innovation Center.  After a few name changes, Tobin Solutions was born.