The IT-Pro Users Group is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping IT Professionals keep their skills on the cutting edge of the industry.
Usually the November meeting is held on the 2nd Wednesday to not conflict with Thanksgiving. Since there would be no conflict this year, the November meeting is being moved from the 12th to the 19th.
MTTI – Seekonk
1241 Fall River Avenue (Rt. 6)
Established in 1993, we are an official Microsoft user group but also support most other operating systems and technologies. The goal of the group is to pool our knowledge and resources so our members stay informed about technology, security, best practices, innovations and procedures. Everything an IT pro needs to keep their career moving forward.
Membership is FREE.
Our meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each Month (except November which is the second Wednesday to avoid Thanksgiving), from
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM
Peter Hail of Warehouse Cables will present: The Wrong Cable or Incorrect Installation Could Cost You or Your Company Big $$. How do you Choose the Correct Cable for your Application?
This training session answers the important questions:
Peter Hail has worked in the industrial electrical, data communications and information technology fields for over 30 years. He assembled and tested the first IBM PC’s while working for Brown & Sharpe Mfg during the 1980’s and has since helds many supporting roles including: USCG Naval Engineering Support, Electronic field service engineer in the machine tool industry, Manufacturers representative for engineering and architecheral firms in the Boston area, System Administrator and hardware support, Marketing and sales of network cable products and devices, Started Warehouse Cables, LLC in 2002.
Duration: 02:00 hours.
Location: @ MTTI - 1241 Fall River Ave (RT 6), Seekonk, MA -
Classroom 9(CST/NI classroom) Computer Service Technician/Network Installer classroom
The meetings start with a 15-minute President’s Forum, which includes club business, technology information, and “Members Asking Members” which is an open floor for IT problems and solutions. A guest speaker follows this. We have an IT expert or a technical representative of a major manufacturer do presentations and sometimes club members.
IT-Pro User Group has a listserv to help our members stay in touch. It allows members to seek help from other members on tough questions. Special announcements and meeting reminders also channel through it.
IT-Pro User Group meetings are open to all IT professionals and others interested in IT technologies.