Main Monthly Meeting: Wednesday 2nd May 2007

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PCUG MMM Event Timetable
Topic: Norton 360 [Symantec]
Presenters: Natalie Connor and David Hall
When: Wednesday 2nd May 2007 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start.
Where: Rheinberger Centre conference room
Details: .pdf flyer (including session details and map)
mmm brochure May07 (general MMM info)

 

Meeting: The next Main Monthly Meeting of the PC Users Group will be held on Wednesday 2 May 2007 from 7:30pm at the Rheinberger Centre conference room.
Topic: The topic is Norton 360. This suite of internet security products was written from the ground up and sports a brand new interface. Some of the more welcome changes users will see are that Norton 360 is faster  than previous versions,
uses less system resources and keeps itself hidden in the background most of the time to prevent unwanted interruptions.
Anti-virus, anti-spyware, firewall, anti-phishing, intrusion protection and anti-rootkit are all included with autopmatic backup and tune-ups. Symantec has also built in protection against SONAR security threats not yet fully identified.
A Symantec representative will demonstrate these features and answer questions on how Norton 360 compares with earlier versions and competitor products and how it operates under Vista.
Venue: Entry to the Rheinberger Centre is via Loch Street on the corner of Weston Street Yarralumla.
The centre has well lit grounds, easy access to the conference room and plenty of off-street parking.

 

Map Showing the Rheinberger Centre

 


FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

 The monthly meetings are free. Members, friends and the public are invited to attend. Don’t rush home after the meeting! Stay for coffee, tea, biscuits and good company. It’s all free! Renew acquaintances, meet new people and ask those questions you didn’t get a chance to ask at the meeting! Membership inquiries are welcomed! Email inquiries to pcug.mmm@pcug.org.au or phone 02-6287-2922.



Previous Meetings

2007    
April 2007   Vista - cancelled with apologies due to illness. Presentation to be rescheduled
March   Preventative Maintenance for Windows PCs (Mike Boesen)
Article: http://members.pcug.org.au/~boesen/maintenance/maintenance.htm
2006    
November   A Use for a Pentium100 (Rod Peters) and Security for YOUR PC (Terry Bibo)
October   Special General Meeting and Annual General Meeting. Meeting Outline. Minutes from Meetings
September    PICASA (with Mike Boesen) Mike has put the notes on his site, so that anyone can access the pdf file directly from this page: http://www.pcug.org.au/~boesen/picasa2/picasanotes.htm
August

eCensus
July

Q&A Session, SIG Info, Training Overview
June

VOIP (Voice Over IP) and Fileserver with Mathew Smith (from IBM)
May

Microsoft Australia enlightened us about VISTA
April

The PANDORA Archive
March   Electronic voting and counting for ACT Legislative Assembly election
February   Home PC Security in a Windows XP environment - Andrew Miles of Microsoft
PDF of Andrew's Presentation
2005    
November   Flight Simulator
October   Annual General Meeting
September   Free Software - From A to Z
August   The Silicon Kid
July   Voice Recognition Software & PICASA2
June   Digital Photography
May   PC Checkup - How To Keep Ypour PC Healthy
April   Backups and Spyware Destroyers
March   Why Is Linux and Open Source Software Rapidly Gaining a Huge Following in Personal Computing?
February   Free Software Development Methology

2004

   
November   Trials of an Editor - David Kidd editor of Australian PC Authority
October   Home Automation and Introducing Linux
September   Annual General Meeting - Election Results
August   Cheaper, More Accessible Software - Open Source Software
July   NET PROFIT: Investing on the Internet
June   Genealogy: Sleuthing the Past
May   The PCUG Air Show
April   What you Need to Know about Viruses

 

Last Updated on 29/04/2007

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