Dayton IT Camp 2013
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 from 7:45 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)
Dayton IT Camp 2013
Wednesday, January 16th, 2013!
In keeping with the DaNPA mission of informing and educating the IT community, we will once again be organizing a FULL DAY of technology presentations at Dayton IT Camp 2013. This is the second Dayton IT Camp and it promises to be a wonderful day of learning and networking with fellow IT Professionals and Technology Sponsors.
Dayton IT Camp 2013 is a FREE daylong Camp for IT Professionals featuring Microsoft Technologies. During the day, we will have several training tracks with presentations on Windows Server 2012, Windows SharePoint 2013, Windows 8, Office 2013, Windows Azure, Windows Multi-Point and Windows Server 2012 Essentials. In addition, we will have a security presentation and presentations from the Sponsors who have made Dayton IT Camp 2013 possible.
Dayton IT Camp 2013 is open to all IT Professionals, regardless of your field of endeavor! Since it is FREE, it is well worth having all of your IT Friends and Co-Workers attend. You will not receive better training and you will not have a better opportunity to speak with hardware and software providers from across the Country.
Get your year started off right with Dayton IT Camp 2013. We are planning Dayton IT Camp 2013 to be the "Premier IT Conference to Attend" in Dayton in 2013! It is being held at the beautiful Sinclair Ponitz Center, 444 W. Third St., Dayton, OH, 45402.
Please visit www.daytonitcamp2013.danpa.org often to get the latest information.
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.