Hernando Chamber of Commerce

Food, Potent Potables and Music – A Recipe for Fun at Hernando Untapped Festival

Despite the damp chilly weather, an enthusiastic crowd turned out to sample beer, wine and other “potent potables” at the Greater Hernando Chamber’s fifth annual Untapped Craft Beer and Wine Festival. The event took place on Friday, Nov. 15 at the American Aviation property at the airport. People dressed in warm coats, boots and hats started filing in at 5:00 p.m. 

FBI Agent Presents Email Attacks They are Seeing at PHSC Spring Hill

Criminals are constantly looking for ways to steal or extort money. Online is no exception, so you have to maintain your vigilance. The Greater Hernando Chamber of Commerce's Technology Committee and PHSC are teaming up to bring FBI agent Andrew Sekela to speak about email attacks he is observing. The Sheriff's office is providing an overview of what they are seeing locally.

The event is being put on by the Hernando Chamber of Commerce Technology Committee and PHSC, and Wilson Technologies. The event will have a focus on the various ways businesses are being attacked via email. 

Springstead High School Web Design Academy builds site for a local business

Hernando County is not known to be a technological hot bed, but if you look carefully you will find that there is a lot going on locally. There are many local Information Technology companies who assist local businesses with their technology needs. There is a Computer Club in Spring Hill http://www.hernandocomputerclub.org/. The local libraries put on many interesting technology events including Makerspaces.