KIRKLAND, Wash. (September 14, 2010) – Ethan Yarbrough, president and co-founder of Kirkland-based Allyis, Inc. will present at the Social Media 101 Event for Microsoft Alumni Network Members on September 16. Working in partnership, the Social Media Club Seattle and Microsoft Alumni Network are hosting the event to educate Microsoft Alumni Network members on the evolving social media space. As an enterprise social computing subject matter expert and though leader, Ethan will presenting on the topics of ‘HR and Legal Considerations when Allowing Social Media Inside the Firewall’ and ‘Social Media in the Enterprise; Improved Productivity, Morale, Engagement and Retention.’
What: Social Media 101 Event for Microsoft Alumni Network Members
When: September 16, 2010 @ 5:45pm
Where: University of Washington – Computer Science and Engineering Building: Paul Allen Atrium
Who: Microsoft Alumni Network members only
About Ethan Yarbrough
Ethan is president and co-founder of Kirkland, Wash. based Allyis, a technology consulting and professional staffing firm offering project, and talent solutions in the areas of Microsoft SharePoint, content management, collaboration, business intelligence and project management. As president, Ethan provides strategic oversight to the firm and is at the forefront of the broader Enterprise 2.0 conversation. Ethan regularly shares his thinking and opinions via the Allyis blog, at speaking engagements throughout the country, and as an AIIM expert blogger on the topic of Enterprise 2.0. Ethan is dedicated to helping enterprises effectively leverage collaboration and social computing technologies within the firewall to improve business agility, performance, employee morale and knowledge sharing. You can follow Ethan on Twitter @ethany.
Allyis is a Seattle area technology consulting, development and professional staffing firm offering project, talent and managed team solutions in Microsoft SharePoint, content management, collaboration, business intelligence and project management. For more information, please visit www.allyis.com.