Dayton IT Pro Camp
Wednesday, January 18, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)
The Dayton IT Pro Camp is a FREE, daylong Camp for IT Pros featuring Microsoft Cloud Technologies. During the day, we will have presentations on Hyper-V, SharePoint, Office365 and Azure. In addition, we will have a cloud security presentation and presentations from the Vendors who have agreed to support the Dayton IT Pro Camp.
Our Vendors currently include Microsoft, Dell, donet, StorageCraft, Systemax ... the list just keeps growing! The Vendors will be showcasing their software and equipment at their Vendor Booths and during presentations.
The Dayton IT Pro Camp is a collaborative event between the Dayton IT Pro User Groups! In addition to DaNPA, the Dayton Networking Professional Association, the Dayton SharePoint User Group, the Dayton Ohio Information Security Forum, Dayton Spiceworks Group and the Dayton .NET Developer Group, are participating in the planning and preparation of the Camp.
We are planning the Dayton IT Pro Camp to be the "premier IT Pro meeting to attend" in Dayton in 2012! It is being held at the historic Dayton Engineer's Club, 110 E Monument Ave, Dayton, OH 45402.
Since the event is free to the IT Pro attendees, seating is limited. It is important that you register for the event early. And, if for some reason, you are unable to attend the event, it is equally important that you notify us so we can open your slot to those on the waiting list. If you find that the event is full when you try to register, your name will be placed on a waiting list. If someone is unable to attend, those on the waiting list will be notified in the order in which they have been placed on the waiting list.
You can find the most up-to-date information on the Dayton IT Pro Camp by going to www.danpa.org and clicking the Dayton IT Pro Camp link.
We look forward to seeing you at the Dayton IT Pro Camp on January 18, 2012!
Terry Fisher, President
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Dayton Area Networking Professionals Association
DaNPA members are computer-networking practitioners of various backgrounds, experience and knowledge levels and technical interests. They are united in a mutual commitment to improve the profession of computer networking, their own skills and practices within their field.
DaNPA provides a forum for like-minded people to meet in a less formal, social environment while expanding their knowledge and helping others expand theirs. In addition, the professional-social networking we enjoy at each meeting allows us to develop relationships beyond our workplace.