NEORUG 2004 Training Symposium & Vendor Show

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Fri, 10/22/2004 - 00:58.
11/04/2004 - 07:30

NEORUG is the Northeast Ohio Regional User Group of Hewlett-Packard computers.
Most of our members are Information Technology professionals that use HP computer
equipment to solve their business challenges. Even if you don't use HP equipment,
most of our meetings include topics that are relevant to any IT professional
and you are welcome to attend!

Mark your calendars!

November 4th
is the NEORUG 2004 Training Symposium & Vendor Show

It is an excellent, inexpensive networking
and learning opportunity for everyone in your organization.
The event will be held at the Clarion Hotel in Independence Ohio.

Topics include:

A Linux / Windows Roundtable that will help answer some tough questions…and
it should be fun to watch each side promote their point of views.

Hewlett-Packard's own HP-UX expert David Totsch will present topics ranging
from "What Every Sysadmin Should Know About UNIX" to an Advanced HP-UX
SysAdmin session.

Emerging Technologies discussions like RFID, Linux and Storage.

An HP3000 Migration discussion straight from an expert from HP.

I.T. Professionals: Connect with your peers and boost your savvy. Come to a
NEORUG meeting!

The sooner you sign up, the more money you save!

Sign up by October 22nd ($15 for members, $50 for non-members)
Sign up October 23rd through November 3rd ($25 for members, $60 for non-members)
Register at the door ($40 for members, $75 for non-members)

*More prizes than any NEORUG event in history!

Location

Clarion Hotel in Independence Ohio

Important update from the President of NEORUG

I just received an update from the President of NEORUG - Northeast
Ohio Regional User Group of Hewlett-Packard computers - on an exciting
session featured at their upcoming Training Symposium and Vendor Show -
Thursday Nov. 4 from 7:30 AM until around 6 PM.

As this is a
topic of great interest to me and all regional IT leaders, I plan to
attend the conference and roundtable, and post insight from on-site,
creating an archive and working paper for future REALNEO member
development.

At 3:30 PM there is a Linux vs. Windows
Roundtable that will be informative for all technology professionals.
 NEOSA's Jim Cookinham will be the moderator and they've got quite a
lineup of experts; Ram Rao from HP (Linux), Jeremey Wise from Agilysys
(Linux), Gabriel Torok from Sun (expert in Linux vs Windows), Gary
Baney CEO of Boundless Flight (expert in Linux vs Windows) and Dan
Shephard from Microsoft (Windows).

As this is a topic of great interest to me and all regional IT
leaders, I plan to attend the conference and roundtable, and post
insight from on-site, creating an archive and working paper for future
REALNEO member development.

They're trying to encourage broad attendance and anyone that
registers by Wednesday November 3rd can attend the entire conference
for free, with a paid NEORUG membership (only $30 per year).

Visit NEORUG for more information and to register at their website