Past Webinars


This Webinar is designed for all users of computers, mobile devices, networks, and the Internet, to enable them to use technology more securely and minimize digital risks, regardless of technical ability. Every employee that holds an email address for your organization should take this course. Vendors who are managing your marketing, human capital, or social platforms should take CyberSAFE. Hackers cast a wide net simply waiting for a single wrong click.


A single click can lead to a multimillion dollar breach in seconds, and the employee responsible may not even know they made a mistake. Many end users are not aware of the dangers accompanying today’s most common cybersecurity threats such as phishing, much less how to detect them. CyberSAFE helps ensure that all users can identify the common risks associated with using conventional end-user technology, as well as how to safely protect themselves and their organizations from security risks in the office or when working remotely.

Reporting Tips and Tricks with Webi v4.2

This presentation will provide Tips and tricks in he following topics!
Creating a Banner in your report
Ranking/Sorting on Sub Totals 
Removing/Adding Break header and Footers with Multiple Breaks
Shading Sub Total Rows
Hiding detail blocks in a Sectioned Report
Adding Stop Lights To your Sectioned Report
Using Conditional Formatting in a Sectioned Report         

It will also include a Q and A session as well.

Building Complex Reports From Web Intelligence v4.2

This live demo will provide an in depth look at building complex reports from multiple data providers, including Universes, Excel/Text files and Freehand SQL.  It will provide a very structured approach to adding multiple queries from various sources to better manage your data. It will include a detailed look at how to properly link your queries by merging so that your data “Synchronizes “ in your reports and charts.

Git? GitHub? What is the difference? A free Webinar

In this session, we will explore the history of both Git and GitHub with a focus on what they were designed to do. We will then navigate through the evolution of each to understand how they are in use today. Using hands-on demonstrations, this session will leverage practical scenarios to showcase their main features, walk through meaningful examples, and cover core concepts to ensure a productive learning experience.