February 9, 2019.
Attend APCUG’s Winter Virtual Technology Conference (VTC) from your own home, invite some of your members to join you, have a Technology Tailgate Party with your club members or view one or two of the presentations at your same-day meeting.
1:00 PM ET
- Microsoft Security Center Windows 10
- New Privacy Updates Windows 10
- Password Managers for all devices
Jere Minich, Program Chair, Lake Sumter Computer Society
Jere is a member of APCUG’s Speakers Bureau and, in addition to giving one-topic presentations, he also gives two or three mini-presentationsthat the requesting group chooses from a list he sends them. These are three of the mini-presentations he has given.
2:00 PM ET
Staying Connected While You Travel
Ron Brown, Program Chair, Program Coordinator, Silvercom Computer & Technology Club
Ron and his wife, Gail, have two daughters, one lives in Adelaide, Australia and the other in Beijing, China. Their home is in Vancouver Island in Canada but they spend four months in Mesa, AZ then travel to Australia and China by cruise ship. Needless to say, Ron needs to stay connected and with their rigorous travel schedule it can be challenging.
He put this presentation together in October 2018 while on the MS Noordam from Vancouver, Canada to Sydney, Australia. The presentation looks at the options you have and specific challenges for staying connected with air-land-sea travel. Whether you purchase a local Sim Card at your travel destination or use your carrier’s International plan can save you a lot of money. Planning ahead to stay connected is important and explained in this presentation.
1:00 PM ET
Jeri Steele, President, BGAMUG Computer Club
The major commercial genealogy sites all have census records. Where else can you find information about your ancestors? This will be a talk about locating and using genealogical sources besides the Census. Included will be free access to archives, military records, school records, and published books all accessible on the Internet for free.
2:00 PM ET
The Future of Windows
Michael will discuss how Microsoft makes money because that’s a good indication of what it’s going to do. He will also go over the history of how we got to where we are today. A platform like Windows is only as good as the programs that run on it and if no programs will run on it, it’s useless and Microsoft seems to care more about old programs and hardware than Apple does. As a developer, you don’t develop for an OS anymore but for a browser. Moving to Chrome will work. The bottom line is what do we need to do to get ready for upcoming changes.
3:00 PM ET
Let’s talk. We’ll use Zoom and be able to see each other. Problems? How can APCUG help? We’re all looking for new ideas for our groups. Share your successes, program ideas, etc. with other groups.