Seattle Windows Networking User Group Kick-Off Meetinng
I have been talking about starting a User Group and finally it has become a reality. If you are from the greater Seattle area, you are invited to join the Seattle Windows Networking User Group.
The purpose of this user group is to bring IT professionals together from various public and private sectors to collaborate on Windows networking technologies. Whether you are already in the IT industry or contemplating a change in your career, you will benefit from joining this User Group by interacting and networking with other technologists.
WNUG is primarily focused on Microsoft networking technologies, such as Windows Server 2008/2003, Windows 7/Vista/XP, Active Directory, SharePoint, Exchange, SQL Server, ISA Server, SMS, etc. The goal is to provide useful information to IT professionals so that they can better configure, deploy, maintain, support, manage, troubleshoot and secure Microsoft networking products and utilities.
WNUG will hold its inaugural meeting at the Lincoln Square Center in Bellevue, just across from the Bellevue Square mall, on Tuesday November 18, 2008 from 6:00pm-7:30pm.
The User Group membership is open to general public and its free for registered users. YOU MUST BE A REGISTERED MEMBER IN ORDER TO ATTEND THE MEETINGS. Registration will allow you to attend the meetings, benefit from specials and giveaways, and have access to certain resources on the User Group Web site.
If you are interested in joining the group and networking with other IT professionals in the Puget Sound area, please go to http://www.WinNetUserGroup.com and click on “Join the group” button. Feel free to pass this information to your colleagues.