You need more than calendar software to run your coworking community. You’ll need hardware to blast out fast Wifi, strong security, and much more to give your community a seamless and reliable experience.

On Tuesday, March 15, 2016, Coshare offered the Coworking IT Webinar brought to you by WUN Systems featuring IT experts that have helped coworking spaces build up their operations so the community manager can focus on building relationships and not resetting routers.

The webinar is 56 minutes and includes a Q and A where all coworking operator questions were answered.

Watch it now!

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The experts:

Dale Hersowitz –
Dale is fueled by his entrepreneurial spirit and driven by a passion to revolutionize the shared space category, he co-founded Wun Systems becoming leading provider of turn-key cloud-based products for the shared space community. Significant changes in where, when and how people work inspired Hersowitz to co-found HappyDesk featuring the HappyDesk Marketplace an on-line peer-to peer marketplace and HappyDesk Apps the only software of its kind transforming the way Providers offer and Seekers access space. Dale’s philosophy guides the team – Be Great.

Jason Pan –
Jason is the CEO & Founder of FixSwift – IT Solutions, an outsourced IT support provider in the city of San Francisco. FixSwift specializes in small to medium sized business network support and infrastructure.

Jason is also the CTO & Co-founder of COVO, a hybrid coworking model. COVO combines the traditional collaborative office model with high end retail components including craft beer, fine wine, specialty teas and single drip coffee.

Jacob Sayles –
Jacob started Office Nomads in Seattle in 2007 with business partner Susan Dorsch. Office Nomads is a coworking community dedicated to cultivating a dynamic, creative and collaborative environment for Seattle’s nomadic workforce. In 2009 he cofounded Coworking Seattle, now The Seattle Collaborative Space Alliance, which explores the wider coworking movement in a local setting. In 2010 he gave the opening speech at Coworking Europe, the first international coworking conference. In early 2012 he founded Open Coworking, a non-profit dedicated to promoting and facilitating greater collaboration between coworking spaces around the world by supporting projects that demonstrate and emphasize the core coworking values of collaboration, openness, community, accessibility, and sustainability.

Jacob loves nothing more than acting as a coworking ambassador, both internationally and locally. It allows him to combine his love of travel with his passion for coworking. He has visited spaces all over the world, forging connections and sharing experiences with each coworking community.

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