IN THIS ISSUE:
- November MoM - Speakers Jim Kandrac & Eric Simpson
- TUG's New Meeting Registration System - How it Works
- iDev Cloud - Free use of IBM i development space
- Stay Connected - Confirm your subscription to TUG Buzz
November Meeting of Members
Wednesday November 29, 2017
LOCATION: Sandman Signature Mississauga
5400 Dixie Road, Mississauga, ON, L4W 4T4
Top Five Ways To Protect Your Organization From Data Loss & Cyber Hackers
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(IBM Toronto Lab)
RDi 9.6 - October 2017 Announcement!
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AGENDA for November 29th
4:00 Sign up & Greeting
5:00 Session 1: Top Five Ways To Protect Your Organization
6:00 Intermission (Buffet Dinner & Networking)
7:00 Session 2: RDi 9.6 Announcement!
8:45 Wrap Up and Door Prize draw
** FREE Parking **
Register at: www.tug.ca/rep/signon.php
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TUG's New Meeting Registration System
We have a new system for registering for TUG meetings. You no longer have to enter your contact information every time you register for a TUG event. You just create a profile using your email address and create a password. Then when you want to register for a TUG event, you simply sign on and click a checkbox beside the event you plan to attend. (Or if you need to cancel, you uncheck that checkbox to unregister for the event.)
Here’s how it works:
- Follow the link to SIGN ON / REGISTER below, or on the TUG Web site main page, or on the TUG Agenda page.
- Click “CREATE PROFILE”, fill in your contact information, and click “ENTER”.
(A verification email will be sent to the email address that you supplied.)
- Close the current window and follow the verify email link in order to activate your new account.
- Enter your email & password and click SIGN ON.
- You can now click on a checkbox beside an event for which you want to register.
(For future events, repeat steps 1, 4, and 5 only.)
• For more information about an event, click the + sign beside the event.
• To see whether you are already registered for an event, sign on and look at the check box beside that event. If there is a check mark there – you are registered. If you are unable to attend, please make sure to cancel your registration (by unchecking the checkbox). Thus, you can help save our members’ money, by allowing us to make an accurate count of seats and meals required.
• At any time, you can sign on and EDIT your PROFILE.
• Optionally, you can add additional email(s) to your profile. This is a good idea because, in case one of your emails becomes inoperable – you can still sign on with an alternate email & password. (By the way, you can use the same password for multiple emails if you wish).
• The email(s) that you use to sign on do not affect your subscription to the TUG Buzz, or other email lists from TUG. This is a separate process. To subscribe, see “SUBSCRIBE TO TUG BUZZ” under the “FUNCTIONS” pull-down menu.
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Sign up now for iDevCloud! You will be able to:
- Share between multiple developers
- Get private library and storage
- Have access to most of the IBM i development tools
- Have all compilers for IBM i tools available
The Performance is monitored by system managers with adjustments as needed. The system is accessible at anytime from anywhere in the world. Just a computer and an internet connection are needed. Any work done on the system stays on the system until removed by its owner.
Contact Leo Lefebvre at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
(*Free startup for TUG members.)
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