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The NUGA Email List is Moving!

Jerry Tibor
 

All,

 

The NUGA email list has been graciously hosted by the UAA Library since the inception of the list in November of 1997.  Sadly, all good things must come to an end and they are turning down their email list server.  A huge thank you to the UAA Library for almost 20 years of email list support!

 

We were very fortunate to find another host that will give us the same level of simple email list serving and charge us the same amount the UAA Library was!

 

You have all been subscribed to this new list and the address to post to the NUGA list is now nuga@groups.io.  If your spam filter is sensitive, you may want to add an exception for that address.  Others can join the list by sending an email to nuga+subscribe@groups.io.

 

That’s about all there is to it.  We will have a forward in place on the old email list address until they turn their server down, but that should give everyone time to update the address in their email.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope to see you all at our next meeting!

 

Jerry

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office
(907) 786-4888 - fax

 

 


Re: The NUGA Email List is Moving!

Royce Williams
 

Jerry, thanks for wrangling this and thanks to UAA for their long-time support.

One question: what will happen to the existing archives?

Royce

On Fri, Jan 6, 2017 at 10:50 PM, Jerry Tibor <jerry.tibor@...> wrote:

All,

 

The NUGA email list has been graciously hosted by the UAA Library since the inception of the list in November of 1997.  Sadly, all good things must come to an end and they are turning down their email list server.  A huge thank you to the UAA Library for almost 20 years of email list support!

 

We were very fortunate to find another host that will give us the same level of simple email list serving and charge us the same amount the UAA Library was!

 

You have all been subscribed to this new list and the address to post to the NUGA list is now nuga@groups.io.  If your spam filter is sensitive, you may want to add an exception for that address.  Others can join the list by sending an email to nuga+subscribe@groups.io.

 

That’s about all there is to it.  We will have a forward in place on the old email list address until they turn their server down, but that should give everyone time to update the address in their email.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope to see you all at our next meeting!

 

Jerry



Re: The NUGA Email List is Moving!

JP
 

Thank you for all your hard work, past and present!

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voice/txt: 907-748-2200
email: jp@...
support: helpdesk@...

On Fri, Jan 6, 2017 at 10:50 PM, Jerry Tibor <jerry.tibor@...> wrote:

All,

 

The NUGA email list has been graciously hosted by the UAA Library since the inception of the list in November of 1997.  Sadly, all good things must come to an end and they are turning down their email list server.  A huge thank you to the UAA Library for almost 20 years of email list support!

 

We were very fortunate to find another host that will give us the same level of simple email list serving and charge us the same amount the UAA Library was!

 

You have all been subscribed to this new list and the address to post to the NUGA list is now nuga@groups.io.  If your spam filter is sensitive, you may want to add an exception for that address.  Others can join the list by sending an email to nuga+subscribe@groups.io.

 

That’s about all there is to it.  We will have a forward in place on the old email list address until they turn their server down, but that should give everyone time to update the address in their email.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope to see you all at our next meeting!

 

Jerry

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office
(907) 786-4888 - fax

 

 



Re: The NUGA Email List is Moving!

Jerry Tibor
 

Hi Royce,

 

That is an excellent question.  Groups.io can import our archive, but only if it is in mbox format.  Unfortunately, the UAA Library list server saves the archive as html.  If anyone knows how to convert an html archive to mbox format, please email me directly.

 

If that is not possible or practical, we plan to put the html archive file on the NUGA website so it will still be accessible.

 

Jerry

 

From: nuga@groups.io [mailto:nuga@groups.io] On Behalf Of Royce Williams
Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2017 9:54 AM
To: nuga@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nuga] The NUGA Email List is Moving!

 

Jerry, thanks for wrangling this and thanks to UAA for their long-time support.

 

One question: what will happen to the existing archives?

 

Royce

 

On Fri, Jan 6, 2017 at 10:50 PM, Jerry Tibor <jerry.tibor@...> wrote:

All,

 

The NUGA email list has been graciously hosted by the UAA Library since the inception of the list in November of 1997.  Sadly, all good things must come to an end and they are turning down their email list server.  A huge thank you to the UAA Library for almost 20 years of email list support!

 

We were very fortunate to find another host that will give us the same level of simple email list serving and charge us the same amount the UAA Library was!

 

You have all been subscribed to this new list and the address to post to the NUGA list is now nuga@groups.io.  If your spam filter is sensitive, you may want to add an exception for that address.  Others can join the list by sending an email to nuga+subscribe@groups.io.

 

That’s about all there is to it.  We will have a forward in place on the old email list address until they turn their server down, but that should give everyone time to update the address in their email.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope to see you all at our next meeting!

 

Jerry

 


Nortel Option 11C parts available

Jeremy Austin
 

I have decommissioned an old Nortel Option 11C. I have most types of line cards available and several good power supplies and cabinets. If anyone still maintains this type of gear and/or would like some spares, let me know. Otherwise it will be "recycled".

If you know of any better target audiences, let me know. What with network convergence, there isn't much difference between the 'phone' guys and the 'network' guys.

Cheers

--
Jeremy Austin

(907) 895-2311
(907) 803-5422

Heritage NetWorks
Whitestone Power & Communications
Vertical Broadband, LLC

Schedule a meeting: http://doodle.com/jermudgeon


Re: Nortel Option 11C parts available

Jim MacDonald
 

I think I might've interested checking with our group

On Jan 9, 2017, at 12:41, Jeremy Austin <jhaustin@...> wrote:

I have decommissioned an old Nortel Option 11C. I have most types of line cards available and several good power supplies and cabinets. If anyone still maintains this type of gear and/or would like some spares, let me know. Otherwise it will be "recycled".

If you know of any better target audiences, let me know. What with network convergence, there isn't much difference between the 'phone' guys and the 'network' guys.

Cheers

--
Jeremy Austin

(907) 895-2311
(907) 803-5422

Heritage NetWorks
Whitestone Power & Communications
Vertical Broadband, LLC

Schedule a meeting: http://doodle.com/jermudgeon


Re: Nortel Option 11C parts available

Jim MacDonald
 

Never mind 

On Jan 9, 2017, at 12:41, Jeremy Austin <jhaustin@...> wrote:

I have decommissioned an old Nortel Option 11C. I have most types of line cards available and several good power supplies and cabinets. If anyone still maintains this type of gear and/or would like some spares, let me know. Otherwise it will be "recycled".

If you know of any better target audiences, let me know. What with network convergence, there isn't much difference between the 'phone' guys and the 'network' guys.

Cheers

--
Jeremy Austin

(907) 895-2311
(907) 803-5422

Heritage NetWorks
Whitestone Power & Communications
Vertical Broadband, LLC

Schedule a meeting: http://doodle.com/jermudgeon


Re: Nortel Option 11C parts available

Jim MacDonald
 

They've changed their minds so you still have the power supplies ?

On Jan 9, 2017, at 13:53, Jim MacDonald <jim@...> wrote:

Never mind 

On Jan 9, 2017, at 12:41, Jeremy Austin <jhaustin@...> wrote:

I have decommissioned an old Nortel Option 11C. I have most types of line cards available and several good power supplies and cabinets. If anyone still maintains this type of gear and/or would like some spares, let me know. Otherwise it will be "recycled".

If you know of any better target audiences, let me know. What with network convergence, there isn't much difference between the 'phone' guys and the 'network' guys.

Cheers

--
Jeremy Austin

(907) 895-2311
(907) 803-5422

Heritage NetWorks
Whitestone Power & Communications
Vertical Broadband, LLC

Schedule a meeting: http://doodle.com/jermudgeon


Re: Nortel Option 11C parts available

Jeff Hassler
 

 
I think I got this by misteak!


----- Original Message -----
From:
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To:
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Cc:

Sent:
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Subject:
Re: [nuga] Nortel Option 11C parts available


They've changed their minds so you still have the power supplies ?

On Jan 9, 2017, at 13:53, Jim MacDonald <jim@...> wrote:

Never mind 

On Jan 9, 2017, at 12:41, Jeremy Austin <jhaustin@...> wrote:

I have decommissioned an old Nortel Option 11C. I have most types of line cards available and several good power supplies and cabinets. If anyone still maintains this type of gear and/or would like some spares, let me know. Otherwise it will be "recycled".

If you know of any better target audiences, let me know. What with network convergence, there isn't much difference between the 'phone' guys and the 'network' guys.

Cheers

--
Jeremy Austin

(907) 895-2311
(907) 803-5422

Heritage NetWorks
Whitestone Power & Communications
Vertical Broadband, LLC

Schedule a meeting: http://doodle.com/jermudgeon


looking for robot judges

Pat Borjon
 

This weekend is the Lego Robotics statewide championship & we need judges for the research project & robot design sections.  The robots are autonomous & built/programmed by 9-14 year old children from all over Alaska.

if you have time & would like to volunteer please contact our statewide organizer Beca Soza in Juneau - info is below:




Our biggest need is for judges that can commit to be there all day. No experience necessary - we provide training! Please have any interested adults or young adults contact me directly at rsoza@... or 907-523-2334. There is also a post to recruit volunteers on the FIRST In Alaska Facebook page that you can share! Without enough volunteers, we simply can't pull of the event. 


General Schedule:

  • 8 AM - Doors open. Drop consent & release forms at the registration desk & get your team set up at your pit table.
  • 8:15 AM - General Volunteer meeting in the Competition Area. 
  • 8:25 AM - Coaches Meeting in the Competition Area (opposite side from the Volunteers). One coach per team MUST be there. 
  • 8:45 AM - Judging starts. 
  • 9:00 AM - Practice Matches start. Please note that judging sessions take priority over robot matches. If judging is running late and you are going to miss your match OR if matches are running late and your are going to miss judging - please skip your match and just see the Lead Queuer later to reschedule your practice match. She will work you in.
  • 11:30 AM - Competition Area Volunteers Lunch
  • 12:15 PM - Opening Ceremony in the Competition Area - All teams and volunteers should attend.
  • 12:30 PM - Official Matches Begin
  • 4:40 PM - Elimination Round & Project Showcase
  • 5:00 PM - Closing Ceremony
  • 6:00 PM - Load Out
There's also a letter attached with other important information regarding the event. Please read it carefully and share it with your team and any other coaches/mentors/parents that plan to support your team throughout the day!

As always, don't hesitate to contact me with questions/suggestions. I hope to have a detailed schedule and map out to you all soon.

Thanks,
Becca

---------------------------
Rebecca Soza  |  STEM AK Program Manager
Juneau Economic Development Council | Direct: 907-523-2334 | rsoza@... http://www.JEDC.orgwww.stemak.org




Re: looking for robot judges

Yoshihiko Okamoto
 

Pat:

I can volunteer for the event, "all day." Please contact me via text or call at 907 250-2161, or by email.

Jerry knows me.

Frank or Yoshi
907 250-2161

On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 12:00 PM, Pat Borjon <borjonx@...> wrote:
This weekend is the Lego Robotics statewide championship & we need judges for the research project & robot design sections.  The robots are autonomous & built/programmed by 9-14 year old children from all over Alaska.

if you have time & would like to volunteer please contact our statewide organizer Beca Soza in Juneau - info is below:




Our biggest need is for judges that can commit to be there all day. No experience necessary - we provide training! Please have any interested adults or young adults contact me directly at rsoza@... or 907-523-2334. There is also a post to recruit volunteers on the FIRST In Alaska Facebook page that you can share! Without enough volunteers, we simply can't pull of the event. 


General Schedule:

  • 8 AM - Doors open. Drop consent & release forms at the registration desk & get your team set up at your pit table.
  • 8:15 AM - General Volunteer meeting in the Competition Area. 
  • 8:25 AM - Coaches Meeting in the Competition Area (opposite side from the Volunteers). One coach per team MUST be there. 
  • 8:45 AM - Judging starts. 
  • 9:00 AM - Practice Matches start. Please note that judging sessions take priority over robot matches. If judging is running late and you are going to miss your match OR if matches are running late and your are going to miss judging - please skip your match and just see the Lead Queuer later to reschedule your practice match. She will work you in.
  • 11:30 AM - Competition Area Volunteers Lunch
  • 12:15 PM - Opening Ceremony in the Competition Area - All teams and volunteers should attend.
  • 12:30 PM - Official Matches Begin
  • 4:40 PM - Elimination Round & Project Showcase
  • 5:00 PM - Closing Ceremony
  • 6:00 PM - Load Out
There's also a letter attached with other important information regarding the event. Please read it carefully and share it with your team and any other coaches/mentors/parents that plan to support your team throughout the day!

As always, don't hesitate to contact me with questions/suggestions. I hope to have a detailed schedule and map out to you all soon.

Thanks,
Becca

---------------------------
Rebecca Soza  |  STEM AK Program Manager
Juneau Economic Development Council | Direct: 907-523-2334 | rsoza@jedc.org http://www.JEDC.org& www.stemak.org





Re: looking for robot judges

R. Scott Sivulich
 

Where is this taking place?

Scott

R. Scott Sivulich
Po Box 874916
Wasilla, AK 99687
(907) 841-2518
scott.sivulich@...

On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 12:00 PM, Pat Borjon <borjonx@...> wrote:
This weekend is the Lego Robotics statewide championship & we need judges for the research project & robot design sections.  The robots are autonomous & built/programmed by 9-14 year old children from all over Alaska.

if you have time & would like to volunteer please contact our statewide organizer Beca Soza in Juneau - info is below:




Our biggest need is for judges that can commit to be there all day. No experience necessary - we provide training! Please have any interested adults or young adults contact me directly at rsoza@... or 907-523-2334. There is also a post to recruit volunteers on the FIRST In Alaska Facebook page that you can share! Without enough volunteers, we simply can't pull of the event. 


General Schedule:

  • 8 AM - Doors open. Drop consent & release forms at the registration desk & get your team set up at your pit table.
  • 8:15 AM - General Volunteer meeting in the Competition Area. 
  • 8:25 AM - Coaches Meeting in the Competition Area (opposite side from the Volunteers). One coach per team MUST be there. 
  • 8:45 AM - Judging starts. 
  • 9:00 AM - Practice Matches start. Please note that judging sessions take priority over robot matches. If judging is running late and you are going to miss your match OR if matches are running late and your are going to miss judging - please skip your match and just see the Lead Queuer later to reschedule your practice match. She will work you in.
  • 11:30 AM - Competition Area Volunteers Lunch
  • 12:15 PM - Opening Ceremony in the Competition Area - All teams and volunteers should attend.
  • 12:30 PM - Official Matches Begin
  • 4:40 PM - Elimination Round & Project Showcase
  • 5:00 PM - Closing Ceremony
  • 6:00 PM - Load Out
There's also a letter attached with other important information regarding the event. Please read it carefully and share it with your team and any other coaches/mentors/parents that plan to support your team throughout the day!

As always, don't hesitate to contact me with questions/suggestions. I hope to have a detailed schedule and map out to you all soon.

Thanks,
Becca

---------------------------
Rebecca Soza  |  STEM AK Program Manager
Juneau Economic Development Council | Direct: 907-523-2334 | rsoza@jedc.org http://www.JEDC.org& www.stemak.org





Re: looking for robot judges

Pat Borjon
 

It's at Goldenview Middle School in Anchorage.  We had elimination rounds out in Wasilla in December; all over the state actually.  This event Saturday is to decide which team will represent Alaska at the nationals.

Here's more info http://www.firstinspires.org/
http://www.firstinspires.org/robotics/fll

Pat


On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 12:09 PM, R. Scott Sivulich <scott.sivulich@...> wrote:
Where is this taking place?

Scott

R. Scott Sivulich
Po Box 874916
Wasilla, AK 99687
(907) 841-2518
scott.sivulich@...

On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 12:00 PM, Pat Borjon <borjonx@...> wrote:
This weekend is the Lego Robotics statewide championship & we need judges for the research project & robot design sections.  The robots are autonomous & built/programmed by 9-14 year old children from all over Alaska.

if you have time & would like to volunteer please contact our statewide organizer Beca Soza in Juneau - info is below:




Our biggest need is for judges that can commit to be there all day. No experience necessary - we provide training! Please have any interested adults or young adults contact me directly at rsoza@... or 907-523-2334. There is also a post to recruit volunteers on the FIRST In Alaska Facebook page that you can share! Without enough volunteers, we simply can't pull of the event. 


General Schedule:

  • 8 AM - Doors open. Drop consent & release forms at the registration desk & get your team set up at your pit table.
  • 8:15 AM - General Volunteer meeting in the Competition Area. 
  • 8:25 AM - Coaches Meeting in the Competition Area (opposite side from the Volunteers). One coach per team MUST be there. 
  • 8:45 AM - Judging starts. 
  • 9:00 AM - Practice Matches start. Please note that judging sessions take priority over robot matches. If judging is running late and you are going to miss your match OR if matches are running late and your are going to miss judging - please skip your match and just see the Lead Queuer later to reschedule your practice match. She will work you in.
  • 11:30 AM - Competition Area Volunteers Lunch
  • 12:15 PM - Opening Ceremony in the Competition Area - All teams and volunteers should attend.
  • 12:30 PM - Official Matches Begin
  • 4:40 PM - Elimination Round & Project Showcase
  • 5:00 PM - Closing Ceremony
  • 6:00 PM - Load Out
There's also a letter attached with other important information regarding the event. Please read it carefully and share it with your team and any other coaches/mentors/parents that plan to support your team throughout the day!

As always, don't hesitate to contact me with questions/suggestions. I hope to have a detailed schedule and map out to you all soon.

Thanks,
Becca

---------------------------
Rebecca Soza  |  STEM AK Program Manager
Juneau Economic Development Council | Direct: 907-523-2334 | rsoza@jedc.org http://www.JEDC.org& www.stemak.org






Nineteenth Annual NUGA Recognition Dinner and Elections - Thursday, January 19th, 2017 - NEW LOCATION!!!

Jerry Tibor
 

All,

 

It seems hard to believe that this will be the nineteenth annual NUGA dinner, but it’s true!

 

This year, we will be at a new location – 49th State Brewing Company!  As in years past, this restaurant will let us order individually off the menu.

 

You can do your part by joining us for no-host dinner and cocktails to celebrate this milestone.  Guests are welcome!

 

Where:  49th State Brewing Company, 717 West 3rd Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501

 

When:  Thursday, January 19th, 2017 -   5:30 No-host cocktails

                                                                        6:30 No-host dinner

 

We’ll also elect officers for the coming year during the meeting, so if you are interested in serving on the board of directors of NUGA, please let us know!  We are always happy to have new board members!  We’ve had a number of nominations for board positions already, so if you don’t show up to defend yourself, you might get elected!

 

It should be a great time to relax and socialize so we hope you can join us!

 

I look forward to seeing you on the 19th!

 

Jerry

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 – voice

 


TOMORROW! - Nineteenth Annual NUGA Recognition Dinner and Elections - Thursday, January 19th, 2017 - NEW LOCATION!!!

Jerry Tibor
 

All,

 

It seems hard to believe that this will be the nineteenth annual NUGA dinner, but it’s true!

 

This year, we will be at a new location – 49th State Brewing Company!  As in years past, this restaurant will let us order individually off the menu.

 

You can do your part by joining us for no-host dinner and cocktails to celebrate this milestone.  Guests are welcome!

 

Where:  49th State Brewing Company, 717 West 3rd Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501

 

When:  Thursday, January 19th, 2017 -   5:30 No-host cocktails

                                                                        6:30 No-host dinner

 

We’ll also elect officers for the coming year during the meeting, so if you are interested in serving on the board of directors of NUGA, please let us know!  We are always happy to have new board members!  We’ve had a number of nominations for board positions already, so if you don’t show up to defend yourself, you might get elected!

 

It should be a great time to relax and socialize so we hope you can join us!

 

I look forward to seeing you on the 19th!

 

Jerry

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 – voice

 


Re: TOMORROW! - Nineteenth Annual NUGA Recognition Dinner and Elections - Thursday, January 19th, 2017 - NEW LOCATION!!!

ttrueblood@...
 

Thanks, Jerry. I was and am planning on attending with Marie.

See you then,

Tim

On 1/18/2017 12:28 PM, Jerry Tibor wrote:
All,



It seems hard to believe that this will be the nineteenth annual NUGA
dinner, but it’s true!



This year, we will be at a new location – 49^th State Brewing Company!
As in years past, this restaurant will let us order individually off the
menu.



You can do your part by joining us for no-host dinner and cocktails to
celebrate this milestone. Guests are welcome!



*_Where:_* 49^th State Brewing Company, 717 West 3rd Avenue, Anchorage,
AK 99501



*_When:_* Thursday, January 19th, 2017 - 5:30 No-host cocktails

6:30
No-host dinner



We’ll also elect officers for the coming year during the meeting, so if
you are interested in serving on the board of directors of NUGA, please
let us know! We are always happy to have new board members! We’ve had
a number of nominations for board positions already, so if you don’t
show up to defend yourself, you might get elected!



It should be a great time to relax and socialize so we hope you can join us!



I look forward to seeing you on the 19th!



Jerry



--



Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org <http://www.nuga.org/>



jftibor@... <mailto:jftibor@...>
(907) 786-4734 – voice



--
Tim Trueblood
cell: 907 441-0319
land: 907 272-1627
_fax: 907 272-1628
If you think backup is painful, try recovery without it!


Annual NUGA dinner

Timothy B. Trueblood <ttrueblood@...>
 

Hello all NUGA members,

If you're planning on attending this evening's 19th Annual NUGA dinner please consider weighing in with ballot for Board of Directors members.

I've enjoyed serving as Community Service Coordinator for a number of years. To that end, and with your support, we'll make it one more year of service.

For those of you who are possibly undecided, let me encourage your attendance. I need the votes!

Where: 49th State Brewing Company, 717 West 3rd Avenue, Anchorage
When: Tonight 5:30 pm: No-host cocktails; 6:30 pm: No-host dinner

Tim
--
Tim Trueblood
cell: 907 441-0319
land: 907 272-1627
_fax: 907 272-1628
If you think backup is painful, try recovery without it!


Server Rack For Sale

Damien Hull
 

Not sure if this is the right place for this. Don't know where else to post it. 

I've got a quiet server rack I need to get rid of. 
Email me for more info. 

--
IT Manager 
Website: section9.us
Podcast: section 9
Certifications: GSEC, GCED, CISA 


February NUGA Meeting - Tuesday, January 31st - Dell

Jerry Tibor
 

Please join us for the February meeting on Tuesday, January 31st!

 

When:  Tuesday, January 31st, 2017, from noon to 1:00 p.m.

 

Where:  BP Energy Center, 1014 Energy Ct, Anchorage, AK 99508:

(NEW Link to Map & Directions) - http://www.bp.com/content/dam/bp-country/en_us/PDF/bp_energy_center_map.pdf

 

Who:  All NUGA members and Guests welcome

 

Topic:  Dell – Topic TBD

 

Presentation:

 

We are still talking about the presentation topic since there is so much to talk about with Dell! 

Presented by:   Eric Emerton, Enterprise Systems Consultant – PacNW, Dell

About Eric:

Eric has been working in Alaska IT for the last 15 years from helpdesk to operations management.  With Dell, he is a sales engineer who helps companies both in the public and commercial sectors select the right datacenter technologies from Dell’s large portfolio of servers, storage, and networking gear.

 

 

It should be another terrific presentation so plan now to attend and bring a guest!

 

As always, we will have pizza (and now salad!) (sponsored by Brocade!) available for your eating pleasure along with door prizes and free information!

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
LAN Manager
Electronic Student Services
University of Alaska Anchorage

 

Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - voice
(907) 786-4888 - fax

 


February NUGA Meeting - TOMORROW! - Tuesday, January 31st - Dell - Remote Office/Branch Office (ROBO) Offerings

Jerry Tibor
 

Please join us for the February meeting - TOMORROW! - Tuesday, January 31st!

 

When:  Tuesday, January 31st, 2017, from noon to 1:00 p.m.

 

Where:  BP Energy Center, 1014 Energy Ct, Anchorage, AK 99508:

(NEW Link to Map & Directions) - http://www.bp.com/content/dam/bp-country/en_us/PDF/bp_energy_center_map.pdf

 

Who:  All NUGA members and Guests welcome

 

Topic:  Dell – Remote Office/Branch Office (ROBO) Offerings

 

Presentation:

 

We will be talking about Dell’s Remote Office/Branch Office (ROBO) offerings, specifically around the VRTX platform.  With so many remote offices around the state, there is a lot of value in having a small, virtualization-capable box that can be managed from a home office.  Dell is seeing a ton of value with these devices all over the state.

 

Presented by:   Eric Emerton, Enterprise Systems Consultant – PacNW, Dell

 

About Eric:

Eric has been working in Alaska IT for the last 15 years from helpdesk to operations management.  With Dell, he is a sales engineer who helps companies both in the public and commercial sectors select the right datacenter technologies from Dell’s large portfolio of servers, storage, and networking gear.

 

 

It should be another terrific presentation so plan now to attend and bring a guest!

 

As always, we will have pizza (and now salad!) (sponsored by Dell!) available for your eating pleasure along with door prizes and free information!

 

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Jerry Tibor
LAN Manager
Electronic Student Services
University of Alaska Anchorage

 

Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - voice
(907) 786-4888 - fax

 

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