The Channel Islands PC Users Group (CIPCUG) was founded on the principal of users helping users. Have a computer problem stumping you? Bring it up at the Q & A session (held at every meeting) and you will probably find another user who stumbled over the same problem and figured out a solution. We have members whose experience runs all the way from absolute beginner to professional experts. You will be able to connect with other users whose experience level and interests match yours. Networking with peers is the best way to grow.
Bring your server, desktop, laptop, tablet or smart phone problem to the meeting and you will probably receive an answer. We write up all our Q & A sessions in our monthly TOE newsletter and have archives of all newsletters since 1999.
Join us at the Boys & Girls Club in Camarillo:
The entrance to the auditorium is from the parking lot, toward the back on the right side.
CIPCUG is a member of APCUG, an International Association of Technology & Computer Users Groups. APCUG provides excellent articles for our newsletter, helps find programs, conducts webinars you can "attend" from the comfort of your own home (see past webinars on YouTube) and provides excellent support for user groups in the conduct of their business.
Only two spots left. If you want to have your computer checked at the March meeting, fill out the form to reserve a time and then bring your computer to the meeting. Do it now or be left out.
|MAR 22, 2014||4th Saturday|
|APR 26, 2014||4th Saturday|
|MAY 24, 2014||4th Saturday|
|JUN 28, 2014||4th Saturday|
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Our newsletter and web page have won first place awards from APCUG, demonstrating our committment to provide you with the best user group experience possible.