TeamsID is hosting a Apple / Mac oriented “Password Manager” Webinar on Wednesday, November 30th 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST
- How to safely and securely share passwords with your Team
- The pro’s & con’s for an “On-Premise / Self-Hosted” solution
- How to make your company more productive and secure
- How you can make money by referring TeamsID
Meeting at: https://join.me/splashdata
Audio: You can use the join call by computer (VOIP) option or dial in by phone US Dial-in: +1.415.655.0381
(Conference ID: 313-566-616)
Send an email to this address to attend
Are your group’s Apple User Group Locator records up to date? This winter the Locator team will be updating the database. Groups who have not updated their records since 2015, and groups with dead web links or non-functioning email addresses will be put on pending. The team is also checking web sites: has your web site been updated since 2015? Make sure your group stays on active status. Update your group’s records today.
Due to many requests, Nicholas Pyers and AppleUsers.org has once again made the Festive Celebrations available at no cost to user groups across the globe. Festive Celebrations is a merger of two previous Disc of the Month titles: Festive Fun II and Celebrations Galore, and it is full of holiday-focused clipart, animated images, fonts, music & movies, coloring books, greeting cards, envelopes and much more.
User Group Leaders can download a copy of the Disc Image and support files by completing a form, using the link below. Thanks again to Nicholas Pyers for all he does for groups!
By Tom Piper, Vendor Liaison, Apple User Group Advisory Board
Woodstock, the home of Other World Computing, is a great town of about 25,000 people in northeast Illinois (not New York), just 51 miles northwest of Chicago (a metro area of over 9,500,000 residents). It was also the host for the second year running of Macstock2016 (macstockconferenceandexpo.com) on July 15-16, 2016, at nearby Luecht Conference Center at McHenry County College (a delightful and very comfortable venue).
This year’s event was a half day longer that the first Macstock in 2015 (at the same location). This extra time allowed for 18 knowledgeable presenters to share their experience in intensive 20-minute sessions, most using accompanying slideshows. The Saturday session topics included:
Need a presentation for your group’s next meeting? Ask your group’s ambassador about Apple Sales Web (ASW). From prepackaged demos to Apple materials that you can use to create customized presentations, ASW has it all.
This month, ASW will help you be ready for your member’s questions with watchOS 3 – First Look (L546830A-en_US) and Swift Playgrounds – First Look (L546898A-en_US).
Ambassadors: July is a great month to check out ASW!
Need a presentation for your group’s next meeting? Ask your group’s ambassador about Apple Sales Web (ASW) and Apple Sales Training Online (ASTO). From prepackaged demos to Apple materials that you can use to create customized presentations, ASW and ASTO have it all.
This month, ASTO and ASW will help you be ready for your member’s WWDC questions with Quick Looks and presentations covering the latest hardware and software announcements.
Ambassadors: June is a great month to check out ASTO and ASW!
Eltima is a software company that features great solutions, created in response to a demand from users who want the best in file synchronization, bulk image editing, file sharing, file managing and so much more. You have probably used their SyncMate to sync all of your devices to your Mac, or played media using Eltima’s Elmedia Player. Their Airy is a YouTube downloader and PhotoBulk offers an easy way to edit images in bulk. Need to recover a pdf password or back up your iCloud drive? Eltima has you covered.
One way to avoid a presentation disaster is planning ahead for a presentation kit. This month, Nicholas Pyers of AppleUsers.org offers us a look at the cables, adaptors and accessory that any group conducting presentations on regular basis should consider having on hand. By being prepared, you can be sure that if your presenter arrives with the wrong, or no, cable or adapter, the show will go on.
Check it out!
Raising Money On YouTube For Your Users Group by Rex Covington
A quick note about me. My name is Rex Covington. I have been making and posting videos on YouTube for about seven years. At this time I have posted over 500 videos, and I have 740 subscribers with over 184,125 views. My YouTube Channel – http://www.lonestarrider.tv – is basically a travel channel. It includes video destinations while traveling on my motorcycle, product reviews, how to’s. photography, and even a few videos of my granddaughter. I do not claim to be an expert at earning money on YouTube, but I do earn a little money that takes care of my gear and fuel for traveling.
My hope with this article is to lead you in the right direction to earning some money for your users group or yourself.
Are you looking for a clever idea for a meeting presentation? Stuck for a topic that will interest both your new and long time members? Nicholas Pyers of AppleUsers.org has some wonderful ideas that can add a spark to your next meeting. From a design application shoot out to a look at favorite podcasts, you will find something your group can use. While you are there, have a look at his tips for working with presenters.
Check it out!