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Written by admin
Monday, 17 March 2014 15:00
San Francisco, CA
Microsoft Office 
680 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94107

Next meeting
Tuesday December 6, 2016 @ 6:30pm

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Los Angeles, CA
See meetup site for meeting location

Dates and times on MeetUp site RSVP at the MeetUp website
Sacramento, CA – PowerShell UG
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Help us start meeting locations at:   info@pacitpros.org

Dec 13 – Holiday Party and Lightning Talks

Written by Doug Spindler
Friday, 04 November 2016 12:50

Note the date, December 13 which is the second Tuesday
Festivities begin at 6:00 at Microsoft’s Reactor/Community Space at 680 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA.

RSVP to attend at https://www.meetup.com/bayazure/events/236029924/?rv=ea1&_af=event&_af _eid=236029924&https=on

Pac IT Pros members join your fellow IT Professionals and the members of other Bay Area IT groups for a holiday party and five 10 minute lightning talk on technology.

Nov 1 – Azure Workshop

Written by Doug Spindler
Monday, 31 October 2016 12:17

Bring your for more hands on training on Azure.

Oct 4 – News from Ignite @! This meeting will be at 555 California Street

Written by Doug Spindler
Thursday, 29 September 2016 17:56

October meeting will be at 555 California Street.  (This meeting only)  Building security requires RSVPing (see link above) to attend.

Meeting topic – News from Microsoft’s Ignite.  Did you get Windows 10 Anniversary edition?  How did the update go?

Sept 6 – GPG keys and local encryption

Written by Doug Spindler
Friday, 02 September 2016 14:54

In our next meeting, our presenter will be speaking about GPG keys and local encryption. He will go through the processes of using a Raspberry Pi with a true RNG in order to generate a GPG key pair, properly storing the keypair, generating subkeys to be used with multiple Yubikeys, and if time permits, he will show the benefits of the Unix local password manager “Pass”. He will be presenting slides, but you are more than welcome to bring a laptop and follow along.