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2022

Date Speaker Topic
January 4         Dave McCormick of Alpha Software Dave McCormick will discuss the evolution of technology
February 1    

Andy Syrewicze

Andy is a 20+ year IT Pro Specializing in Virtualization, Storage, Cloud Infrastructure and M365. By day he’s a Technical Evangelist for Hornet security, leading in technical content. By night he shares his IT knowledge online or over a cold beer. He holds the Microsoft MVP award in Cloud and Data center Management, and is one of the few who is also a VMware vExpert.

 

Topic: Virtual machine usage live in a lab environment   

March 1 Andy Syrewicze

Andy is a 20+ year IT Pro Specializing in Virtualization, Storage, Cloud Infrastructure and M365. By day he’s a Technical Evangelist for Hornet security, leading in technical content. By night he shares his IT knowledge online or over a cold beer. He holds the Microsoft MVP award in Cloud and Data center Management, and is one of the few who is also a VMware vExpert.

Topic: an expert on virtual machines, will help us work with a real-world challenge: a Windows 2016 server with two virtual machines that are producing vital services for a large number of people. How do we keep these machines going 24/7?  What happens if the server fails?

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April 5 A discussion moderated by Adam Frost

Talk description:

We’ll talk about the essential tools for a modern, modestly-sized office.

Some are newer, some older, some web-based, some local, some hardware, some software. We won’t be able to get to all of them in detail, but will begin with an overview, and dig into some in depth today, and leave others for other talks.

                     Video coming soon
May

Presenter: 

Jorge André Cabrera Tejada

Title:

Using Computers & Technology to Grow a Business

Talk description:

How to use web development, technology management, digital marketing, and data analytics to grow a business
Case Study: Solutions at Work Inc – Nonprofit Organization from Cambridge MA

 Presenter Bio:

Industrial Engineer with an MBA from Northeastern University with dual concentrations in Data Analytics & Finance. Professional background on Business Development, Venture Capital Investment, and Business Data Analytics. Jorge has worked in strategic business positions for multinational companies like John Deere and Fresenius Medical Care and for local nonprofit organizations like Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Solutions at Work Inc. 

 
June

Presenter:Joe Chapman- Computers in the Shack (Amateur Radio)

Description of the talk: In 1976 I submitted decks of punched cards as homework for my first Fortran class, and earned my entry-level amateur radio license. Over the course of my adult life, as both computer and radio technologies have evolved, the computer has become an essential part of the amateur radio “shack”. I’ll talk about how it’s gone from being used for station
control and logging, to supporting digital modes; finally, with Software
Defined Radio (SDR), it’s become the radio itself! I’ll also describe
some Internet sites used for reporting space weather and making
propagation predictions, and online logging, including the public-key
signature system used by 112,000 users for the American Radio Relay
League’s Logbook of the World.

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July Missing Video Missing Video
August

Presenter: 

Rob Kerth

Title:

 Using Databases In Social Actions

Description of the talk:

Over the past decade and a half, political organizing work has come to make extensive use of data and the internet. Common Cause, for instance, now has the capability to, within hours of deciding to do so, begin a volunteer phone bank to targeted constituents of virtually any legislator at any level in the country, patching supportive voters directly through to their legislator’s office to register their opinion. This kind of capability exists because of extensive work that’s been done cleaning and enriching voter files and making them available (at a cost), and building out an array of online tools to make use of that data for actual campaign work. Rob will describe this ecosystem of data and tools and how it can be used.

 Speaker Biography: Rob Kerth is the Data Systems Architect for Common Cause, a national advocacy organization that works on voting rights, good government, and money in politics. His work consists of supporting program staff and organizers with reporting, analysis, and technical architecture to support legislative advocacy and grassroots organizing campaigns, and makes use of advocacy and fundraising CRMs and modern voter file software.

September

Presenter:  Catherine Pomiecki

Title: Talk Description:  Librarians, Data and Computers

Description of the talk:

After earning her M.S. in Library and Information Science in 1979,  Catherine Pomiecko began her career at Liberty Mutual Insurance Group as the company’s Archivist/Assistant Law Librarian.

 Thirty-five years later she retired as the Director of Litigation Metrics and Information Strategies for the company’s Legal Department.

 Transitioning from cataloging legal reference materials and archival treasures to managing a data science group might seem an erratic career path, but library science skills and concepts provided a very relevant foundation for her Data Science role.

 A central responsibility of libraries and librarians is providing information to patrons. Data science expands that remit exponentially, using an array of access tools, data manipulation and querying, “big data” sources, and flexible, often visual, delivery mechanisms. 

 At their core (IMHO) both sciences connect people with information.

 Speaker Biography: 

Catherine Pomiecko earned a B.S. in sociology from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and semi-facetiously refers to her choice of sociology as “the major for someone who really couldn’t decide what she wanted to major in.”  Her first “real” job after college was as a general reporter for the Valley News, a daily covering New Hampshire and Vermont.

 In non-Millennial fashion, she stayed at one company — Liberty Mutual — for 35 years. 

 In 2014, with her twin daughters in college, she found a challenging way to ease into upcoming retirement, beginning an MBA program at Babson College with a concentration in Data Analytics.

 Although frequently left in the technological dust by her 20- and 30-something peers at Babson, she earned an MBA in 2016.  

 She enjoys bicycling, kayaking, cross-country skiing, and long lake swims. She is an avid reader (particularly mysteries) and NBA fan, and also enjoys cooking, pickling, and creating herbal concoctions, both edible and quaffable.

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2021

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Date Speaker Topic (click on Topic to see YouTube video)
January 5 Lauren Goode

Emmy-winning technology journalist Lauren Goode discusses writing articles on technology and some of her experiences, plus answers questions from the group. Presented January 5, 2021 to the Boston Network Users Group virtual meeting. Copyright ©2021 True Images Productions
Technology Journalism

 

February 2 Carol Scalzo

Website Security and Marketing, using and securing your WordPress website. Presented by Carol Scalzo (carol@HitTheWebMarketing.com) to the Boston Network Users Group on February 2, 2021.

Website Security and Marketing, plus WordPress

 

March 2 Steve Isenberg

Steve Isenberg serves as our BNUG T Currently still our Treasurer and is the Owner of a video Production company True Images Productions in Boston Massachusetts

DaVinci Resolve Demonstration

Steve gives us a demo of the free Version of DaVinci Resolve

April 6 Britton Nicolson

Britton Nicolson discusses how he helps small businesses create ecosystems on their websites, including inventory, selling items and services, and more. Presented to the Boston Network Users Group on April 6, 2021.

Small Business ecosystems

May 4 Darrin Fitzgerald

Topic: Why Video? Using Video as a Marketing Tool

Darrin Fitzgerald discusses the question, Why Video? Using video to get your message across. Presented online to the Boston Network Users Group’s May 4, 2021 meeting.

Why Video?

June 1 Adam Frost

Learn how algorithms are used in a library. Citing Boston Public Library’s advancements in searching. Discussion led by Adam Frost with the Boston Network Users Group on June 1, 2021

Searches and Boston Public Library

July 14 Adam Frost

Adam Frost leads a discussion of Tools for the Business of computer support. Presented online to the Boston Network Users Group (BNUG) on July 14, 2020

Tools for Business discussion of tools used by computer support 

 

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2020

Date Speaker Topic
January 7 Adam Frost

Adam Frost leads a discussion on Remote Access, helping others solve problems and more from a distance. Presented to the Boston Network Users Group, at MassBay Community College in Wellesley, on January 7, 2020.

 

     Watch the presentation on YouTube
February 4 Adam Frost (Bnug President)

A Website Primer –

Presented to the Boston Network Users Group by Adam Frost, on February 4, 2020. What is domain registration? How does DNS work? What is the connection betwen my domain name, my website, DNS, my registrar, and email? Learn how it all fits together.

 

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March 3 Active Management Technology, USB Encryption, and SSD Upgrading                  No Video Found
April 7 Computer Safety during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Computer Safety During a Pandemic — Legal and Practical Considerations For Online Conferencing. Presented by Attorney Cynthia Larose and Adam Frost to the Boston Network Users Group on April 7, 2020.

 

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May 5 Jeff Katz

NAS – Network Attached Storage – by Synology, Inc. Overview, demonstration. Presented by Jeff Katz of Whaling City Software (jkatz@whalingcity.com) and Joshua Douglas of Synology, Inc. Presented online to the Boston Network Users Group’s May 5, 2020 meeting. For information on the group or to join, visit http://bnug.org.

 

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June 2 by Norm Stembridge

 History of Mainframes – Then and Now      

Mainframes – Then and Now, presented by Norm Stembridge. See the history of mainframes and how they’re used today. We’re all familiar with the personal computers and handheld devices available everywhere. But have you ever paid attention to what preceded these, the larger “mainframe” computers that showed the world what a computer could accomplish? Learn about what came before the extensive miniaturization took place, and how these massive by comparison computer systems are used in today’s world. Presented online to the Boston Network User Group’s June 2, 2020 meeting.

    
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July 14 Martin Kadansky

The Basics of Business Bookkeeping  presented by Martin Kadansky   

Adam Frost

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October 6 Adam Frost, president of BNUG

 Data Privacy, Car Safety, and Mass Ballot Question 1  Watch the presentation on YouTube

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2019

 

January 8, 2019 The program begins with a step-by-step presentation on how to create and publish a website from scratch using GoDaddy’s website builder. Then discusses the internals of websites including DNS (Domain Name Registration) and privacy, the Zone table (various records like A, CNAME), and more.
Presented by Steven Provost and Adam Frost to the Boston Network Users Group on Tuesday January 8, 2019 at MassBay Community College in Wellesley, MA.

Creating and Publishing a Website
February 5, 2019 Office Suite software solutions including many that are available free. Discussion led by Adam Frost. Presented at Boston Network Users Group meeting February 5, 2019 at Microsoft offices, Burlington MA.

Office Suite Solutions

March 5, 2019

Videos for 2019 (FULL YEAR JAN to DEC)

Tough Moments in Computer Consulting
A discussion by several support engineers with consulting experience.
Watch the presentation on YouTube
April
  A Beginner’s Guide to WordPress
Presented by Kim Reddington (https://kimreddington.com/)

Watch the presentation on YouTube

May Message in a Bottle — Sending Your Message(s) Securely
See the discussion outline
No Video Taken
June The Design, Hardware, and Software Aspects of Building a Robot
Presented by the Lexington High School 2 Bits and a Byte Robotics Team
July
  Linux for the Unconvinced — How this Will Benefit You
Presented by Dick and Jill Miller of Miller Micro TheMillers@MillerMicro.com 
Watch the presentation on YouTube
August
  Net Neutrality, the FCC, the Carriers, and You
See the discussion roadmapMeeting video recorded by Mike Austin of Touring New England http://TouringNewEngland.org
video production by True Images Productions.

Watch the presentation on YouTube

September Improving Network Systems using Nutanix HyperConverged Infrastructure Technology
Presented by Jeffrey Katz of Whaling City Software jkatz@whalingcity.com

Watch the presentation on YouTube

October Remote Access and Remote Support No Video Taken
November More on Nutanix (Improving Network Systems management)
Presented by Jeffrey Katz of Whaling City Software jkatz@whalingcity.com
December
  Success Stories and Overcoming Issues

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2017 Dec 05 Cloud managed access points (Cisco Meraki)  
2017 Nov 07 SANs, Hyperconverged and Software Defined Infrastructure – John Shedlosky, Datrium  
2017 Sept 12 Object Storage and Amazon’s S3 Offering – Thomas Hazel, Chaos Sumo  
2017 July 11 DIY Edge Routers and more – Paul Braren, Tinker Try slides
2017 Jun 06 What is DNS – Adam Frost (partial presentation)  
2017 May 02 Shared use of data across sites – Dan Capello, Nasuni  
2017 Apr 04 Office 365 – Dimitri Ayrapetov, TrnDigital  
2017 Mar 07 Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance slides notes
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2016

December 6 Resolving Windows Update Failures
Presented by Charisse Sebastian linkedin.com/in/charissesebastian/See the slides from the meeting
 

 

 

 

 

Watch the presentation on Youtube

  November 1 You’re working from Where?? and Set up your own free VPN!
Presented by Adam Frost of Computer Care and Learning
Watch the presentation on Youtube
Read a summary of the meeting, notes taken by Adam Frost
  October 4 Cryptolocker
Presented by Adam Frost of Computer Care and Learning
Watch the presentation on Youtube
Read a summary of the meeting, notes taken by Adam Frost
  September 13 Infrastructure Monitoring Best Practices
Presented by Greg Ross, technical presales and systems engineer https://www.paessler.com/prtg
Watch the presentation on Youtube
Read a summary of the meeting, notes taken by Adam Frost
  August 2 Building a Book: From Idea to Shelf
Presented by Randall Warniers, a freelance editor, book designer, and book publisher http://www.warniers.net
Watch the presentation on Youtube
Read a summary of the meeting, notes taken by Adam Frost
  July 12 A Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution
Presented by Matt Mainhart of Continuum Managed Services
Watch the presentation on Youtube
Read a summary of the meeting, notes taken by Adam Frost
  June 7 Data Recovery and Computer Forensics
Presented by Alfred Demirjian, founder, president, and CEO of TechFusion
Watch the presentation on Youtube
  May 3 Free Open Source Software and Linux
Presented by A. Richard Miller of Miller Microcomputer Services
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  April 5 The Current State of Security
Presented by Bruce Tis, Ph.D.
Watch the presentation on Youtube
  March 1 The Business of Computer Assistance
Presented by Adam Frost of Computer Care and Learning
Watch the presentation on Youtube
  February 2 Secure Managed File Transfer
Presented by Raj Puranik of Ipswitch, Inc
Watch the presentation on Youtube
  January 5 eMail: Past – Present – Future
Presented by Adam Frost of Computer Care and Learning
Watch the presentation on Youtube

2015

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    December 2 Windows 2003 End-of-Life: Migration Best Practices
    Presented by Sam Roguine of Acronis
      October 7 Safe at Home and at the Office
    Presented by Adam Frost of Computer Care and Learning
      September 9 Down-to-Earth Security
    Presented by Adam Frost of Computer Care and Learning
      August 5 Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity in the Modern Datacenter
    Presented by Sam Calder of Zerto
      July 1 How IT as a Service Changes Your IT Department
    Presented by Ben Canter of DataCore Software
      June 3 Software Defined Storage Infrastructures
    Presented by Rich Moore
      May 6 The Changing Role of the IT Department
    Presented by Theresa James
      March 4 Tor Project – Internet Privacy and Anonymity
    Presented by Andrew Lewman of Tor Project
      February
    January
    Meeting cancelled. (BNUG seeking new location.)

    2013

    December 3 Screen Reader Accessibility and Awareness
    presented by Katherine Moss
      November 5 NSA Spying Concerns? Learn Counterveillance!
    presented by Gary S. Miliefsky of SnoopWall
      October 3 Backup and Data Security
    presented by Adam Frost of Computer Care and Learning
      September 3 Dell Storage: Compellent and EqualLogic
    presented by David Leinberry of Dell Computer Corp.
      August 6 Nimble Storage and Flash-Optimized Storage Architectures
    presented by Paul Frisoli of Nimble Storage, Inc.
      July 2 The Explosion of Cybercrime – The 5 Ways IT May Be an Accomplice
    presented by Mark Villinski, Senior Manager of Field Marketing for Kaspersky Lab
      June 4 4G LTE – The Next Generation (Still no transporter!)
    presented by Greg Schumacher is a member of Sprint‘s Global Standards team
      May 7 Linux/Unix and Windows Inter-operability
    presented by Joseph Guarino, Senior Consultant and Owner of Evolutionary IT
      April 2 Firewall Evolution – Welcome to the Next Generation
    presented by Wayne Wilkening, Senior Systems Engineer at Dell SonicWALL
      March 5 Hotel I.T. 101
    presented by Dale Heron, Infrastructure Project Manager at REIT Management and Research
      February 5 Comparing Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8
    presented by Paul Thurrott, senior technical analyst of Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite for Windows
      January 8 Abandon Hope all ye who enter Data!
    presented by Jack Daniel, Technical Product Manager for Tenable Network Security

    2012

    December 4 BNUG 26th Anniversary Celebration and Virtual Desktop Integration
    presented by Glenn Fund of Broadleaf Services
      November 6 No meeting because of 2012 Election Day.
      October 2 Bring Your Own Device – the evolutionary revolution
    presented by Dave Henry and Michael Dimitruk of Accunet Solutions
      September 4 All About SharePoint
    presented by Chris Bortlik, Sharepoint technology specialist at Microsoft.
      August 7 Mobile Networking and the transition to 3G and 4G.
    presented by Josh Turiel of JH Turiel & Associates.
      July 3 No meeting because of the summer season.
      June 5 From Kim Kommando to the U.S. Marine Corps – How Belarc Makes Computers Easier to Manage
    presented by Gary Newman and Sumin Tchen of Belarc, Inc.
      May 1 Strategic Network Monitoring
    presented by Brian M. Jacobs, Senior Product Manager
    for Ipswitch‘s WhatsUp Gold™ suite of network monitoring products.
      April 3 Scripting 101 with Powershell
    presented by Clyde Johnson, president of the Boston Area Windows Server User Group
      March 6 Useful Utilities – Part 2
    presented by Arthur Priver, Charisse Sebastian, Frank Quinn, Steve Isenberg, Glenn Fund and Dale Heron
      February 7 Useful Utilities – Part 1
    presented by Arthur Priver, Charisse Sebastian, Frank Quinn, Steve Isenberg, Glenn Fund and Dale Heron
      January 3 Inside Hyper-V Networking and Storage
    presented by Dan Stolts of Microsoft

    2011

      December 6 Intelligent Desktop Virtualization
    presented by Eric Shoemaker of NxTop
      November 1 How Layer 2 network mapping can identify problems and speed resolutions
    presented by Rich Brown of Dartware
      October 4 A look at Windows 8
    presented by Paul Thurrott, author and news editor of Windows IT Pro
      September 6 Tablet computing – Revolution or Fad?
    presented by Josh Turiel of JH Turiel & Associates
      August 2 No meeting because of the summer season.
      July 5 No meeting because of the 4th of July holiday.
      June 7 ExaGrid Backup and Archiving Appliances
    presented by Glenn Fund of Broadleaf Services
      May 3 Backing Up to the Cloud
    presented by Warren Gerlowski of VaultLogix
      April 5 Defending Your Web Site against Cyber-Criminals
    presented by Richard M. Smith, Internet Consultant
      March 1 Best Practices for Mapping and Discovering Your Network
    presented by Jason Williams of Ipswitch, Inc.
      February 1 Meeting cancelled due to weather.
      January 4 Out-of-Band Management
    presented by Stephen Niemi of Network Systems Sales

    2010

    • December 7    Social Networking presented by Paul Gillin of Paul Gillin Communication
    • November 2   The Impact of Virtualization on the Data Center  presented by Aaron Sawchuk of ColoSpace, Inc.
    • October 5       WAN Technologies presented by Joey Chia of NTT Communications
    • September 7  Virtualization Best Practices presented by Jason Williams of Ipswitch, Inc.

     

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      August 6 Strategic Planning for Unified Communications
    presented by Mark Tremblay of Dimension Data
      July 6 The Current State of Wireless LAN Technologies
    presented by John Green of Aruba Networks
      June 1 Protecting Against Cyber-threats That Matter to Your Business
    presented by Mark Villinski, East Coast Marketing Manager of Kaspersky Lab
      May 4 Securtity Issues of Cloud Computing
    presented by Jack Daniel, Community Development Manager of Astaro Corporation
      April 6 Microsoft’s OCS application for Unified Communications
    presented by Jay Gilchrest & Brian Rota of Presidio Networked Solutions
      March 2 The Virtues of Virtualized Computing
    presented by Glenn Fund, Director of Field Engineering, Broadleaf Services
      February 2 Cloud Computing is in Your Future
    presented by Michael Stiefel, principal of Reliable Software, Inc.
      January 5 Massachusetts Data Safety Rules M.G.L.c. 93H and 201 CMR 17.00
    presented by Shannon Choy-Seymour, Assistant Attorney General, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

    2009

    December 1 Windows 7 – New Network Features
    presented by Clyde Johnson, president of the Boston Area Windows Server User Group
      November 3 Networking WAN Optimization
    presented by Peter H. Schmidt, CTO North America, Ipanema Technologies
      October 6 IT Consulting as a Business
    presented by Stuart Zimmerman of CCZ Consulting and David Schrag of SCHRAG Inc.
      September 1 Best Practices for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning
    presented by Adam Shorr and Adam Demichele of Sungard
      August 4 The state of Mobile Networking
    presented by Josh Turiel of JH Turiel& Associates
      July 7 Video-Conferencing and Telepresence Technology
    presented by Steve Cogliano of Providea
      June 2 Personal Networking and Job Search Activities for Today’s Challenging IT Job Market
    presented by Brian M. Hoffman of Winter, Wyman & Company
      May 5 Virtualization of the Desktop
    presented by Jerry Feldman of Boston Linux & Unix (BLU)
      April 7 Facilities tour of ColoSpace in Waltham
    hosted by David Lurie and members of the ColoSpace technical team
      March 3 The new Massachusetts Data Privacy Law
    presented by David A. Murray and Gerry Young of the Massachusetts Department of Consumer Affairs
      February 3 Meeting postponed because of snow storm.
      January 6 Storage Area Networks:a look at the state-of-the-art
    presented by Scott DesBles of Compellent

    2008

    December 2 The Past, Present & Future of the Internet presented by Scott Bradner, columnist for Network World
      November 13 The future of mobile commerce computing presented by Gerald Hawes of Mobegic, Inc.
      October 7 Current and future adventures and trends in Networking presented by a panel of experts including BNUG executive board members.
      September 9 Hacking Stories: Cautionary Tales from Security Experts presented by Dror Shalita of NetClarity.
      August 5 Windows Server 2008, Microsoft and the User Community presented by “windows evangelist” Dan Stolts of Microsoft.
      July 10 Leopard Server, iPhone 2.0, and other elements of Apple’s emerging enterprise strategy presented by by Apple system engineer James Glanville.
      June 3 Hosting your own Ubuntu/Linux Game Server presented by Joseph Guarino of Evolutionary IT.
      May 6 The Technology of VMware presented by Mark Petrie of VMware.
      April 1 Leveraging Your Infrastructure for Performance Management presented by Ward Cobleigh of Fluke Networks.
      March 4 WiMAX: An Alternative to Broadband Wireline Service presented by Towerstream.
      February 5 Virtualization For the Masses: Virtual Iron presented by Broadleaf Services
      January 3 Network Integration in Support Of Mergers & Acquisitions: Speed Counts presented by Gregg A. Davey of Bank of America

    2007

      December 4 The State of Email Security and Spam Prevention presented By Jay Weiser of MX Logic
      November 6 Disaster Recovery & Prevention presented by Tim Shea of AlphaNet Solutions
      October 2 Remote support, computer access, and backup featuring LogMeIn, and presentation on PerfectDisk 8.
      September 4 Acronis PC and server disk imaging solutions presented by Glenn Fund
      July 10 Josh Turiel – Kerio’s Small Business Multi-Platform Mail Server
      June 5 CSI for the Enterprise presented by Evan Wheeler
      May 1 Tour of the New England Cable News (NECN) TV Studios
      April 23 The Convergence of the Computer and the TV in the Internet Age presented by Richard M. Smith
      March 6 Internet-based Off-site Data Backup and Recovery presented by Kevin Harris
      February 6 Automatic Fare Collection systems at the MBTA presented by Scott Henderson
      January 2 Scott Bradner, columnist with Network World and Harvard SysAdmin extraordinaire

    2006

    December 5 Anniversary Party and Microsoft Vista Overview presented by Microsoft
      November 14 Inter-network Acceleration presented by Matt Bilotti of Certeon and Bob German Of Microsoft
      October 10 SAN Technologies and Compellent presented by Jim Harrell and Scott Winslow of Winslow Technology Group
      September 12 Rapid Recovery Appliances presented by Unitrends
      August 8 International Keyboards presented by Lancor Technologies
      June 13 Apple On Intel presented by Apple
      May 9 F I O S presented by Verizon
      April 11 Wide Area Optimization presented by Broadleaf Services
      March 14 Keeping Tabs On Your Network presented by Dartware
      February 14 Wan Optimization presented by Silver Peak Systems
      January 10 Open Source Alternatives To Windows presented by BNUG board members

    2005

      December 13 BNUG’s 19th Anniversary & Overview Of Storage Area Networks presented by Glenn Fund Of Broadleaf Services
      November 8 Overview Of Wireless Security presented by Chris Geaghan (SE) Of Aruba Networks
      October 11 IP & Packet Based Networks presented by CTC Communications
      September 13 Server Clustering presented by Donald Becker Of Penguin Computing
      August 9 Demonstration of VOIP presented by Drew King
      July 5 Summer Vacation
      June 14 Portal Servers presented by Alpha NetSolutions
      May 10 SOHO Best Practices tutorials presented by BNUG board members
      April 12 Future Careers in IT presented by Winter Wyman Company
      March 8 Meeting Cancelled due to Weather
      February 8 What’s Behind The Internet Worm Plague presented by Richard Smith
      January 11 Disaster Recovery Planning

    2004

    December 14 Open Enterprise Server presented by NOVELL
      November 9 Hardware Switching presented by Extreme Networks
      October 12 Voice Over IP presented by Nortel Networks
      September 14 Broadband Wireless [Meeting Cancelled]
      August 10 Utility & Gadget Night presented by Mark Kushinsky
      July 13 Linux On The Desktop presented by Novell
      June 8 Storage Solutions presented by Xiotech
      May 11 Speech Recognition presented by Drew King
      April 13 VM Ware presented by VM
      March 9 Wireless Security presented by Cisco
      February 10 Spamassassin and Antivirus Strategies presented by Mark Kushinsky and Josh Turiel
      January 13 High Performance Clustering presented by Stephen Fried of Microway

    2003

    December 9 BNUG Holiday 17th Anniversary Party presented by Apple Computer
      November 11 Samba presented by John Terpstra
      October 14 Multi-Protocol Lable Switching (MPLS) Networks presented by MCI
      September 9 A Discussion On SPAM
      August 12 Intrusion Detection Systems presented by Cisco Systems
      July 8 Internet II presented by Leo Donnelly of Harvard University
      June 10 Peer To Peer With Networking presented by Groove Networks
      May 13 Voice Over IP (VOIP) presented by Nortel
      April 8 Inside The National Weather Service presented by Eleanor Vallier-Talbot
      March 11 The Beth Israel Deaconess Network Crash presented by Dr. John Halamka
      February 11 SOHO Network Security, Connectivity, and Management presented by Nortel
      January 12 Tour Of The MBTA Operations Center arranged by Andy O’Toole

    2002

    December 17 Joint Meeting With Palm User Group on Robotics.
      November 12 Computer Forensics presented by Richard M. Smith of ComputerBytesMan
      October 8 Zenworks 4 presented by Novell
      September 10 Network Security presented by @Stake
      August 13 Networking Utilities presented by BNUG board members
      July 9 Storage & Backup presented by Matthew Steinberg of Cambridge Computer Services
      June 11 Storage & SAN’s presented by Network Appliance
      May 14 Linux for the Rest of Us presented by Mark Kushinsky of MDS Computer Solutions
      April 9 Windows XP presented by Microsoft
      March 12 Connecting Your Home Office To The Internet presented by Andrew Daitch
      February 12 Etherpeek NX Network Analyzer presented by WildPackets
      January 8 Small Office Networking presented by Steve Isenberg and Mark Kushinsky

    2001

    December 8 BNUG 15th Anniversary at Novell
      November 13 Home Net presented by Mark Kushinsky and Josh Turiel
      October 9 NetWare 6 Novell
      September 11 Meeting cancelled due to the 9/11 Attack On America
      August 14 Network Monitoring with What’s Up Gold presented by Ipswitch
      July 10 Guided Tour Of The TV Studios of WHDH
      June 12 802.11b Wireless Networking presented by Josh Turiel
      May 8 BNUG May General Meeting at Novell in Wellesley
      April 8 VMWare presented by Drew King
      March 13 Lotus iNotes presented by Lotus
      February 13 Zen Works 3 presented by Novell
      January 9 Storage Area Networks presented by XIOtech

    2000

    December 12 BNUG 14th Anniversary Novell
      November 14 DWDM (Dense Wave Division Multiplexing) presented by Storage Networks
      October 10 Basic IP Troubleshooting presented by Andrew Daitch
      September 12 Anti-Virus presented by McAfee
      August 8 Firewall How-to using Novell’s Border Manager presented by Novell
      July 11 Home Nets presented by Mark Kushinsky and Josh Turiel
      June 13 VOIP (Voice Over IP) presented by Nortel Nortel
      May 9 Novell’s e-Commerce Lineup presented by Novell
      April 11 PartitionMagic and ServerMagic presented by Powerquest
      March 14 Internet Caching presented by Scott Lewis of Novell
      February 10 NetWare 5.1 presented by Novell
      January 11 Internet Caching presented by Akamai

    1999

    December 14 BNUG 13th Anniversary Holiday Party presented by Novell
      November 10 Veritas Backup presented by Veritas
      October 12 Novell Enterprise Printing presented by Novell
      September 14 NetWare 5 Overview presented by Novell
      August 10 Web Based Network Console presented by Novell
      July 13 QoS (Quality of Service) presented by Packeteer
      June 8 Biometics for Network Security presented by an engineer
      May 11 BNUG May General Meeting at Novell in Wellesley
      April 13 NetWare 5 Intro presented by Novell
      March 9 VPN with Novell Border Manager presented by Novell
      February 9 A Discussion of Y2K Issues presented by Fred Decosta
      January 12 Meeting Cancelled due To Weather

    1990

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