MTUG Technology Events

MTUG hosts events every month from August to May, covering a broad range of technology topics. Each of the free Webinars and "Peers & Beers" events hosts 30-60 people. Our Webinars are recorded and made available online, and our Peers & Beers events rotate through 3 or 4 cities each year, such as Portland, Bangor, Lewiston, and other regions.

In the spring, MTUG ends each season with an affordable annual conference -- the MTUG Technology Summit & Tradeshow held in the late spring each year -- the largest business technology conference and tradeshow in Maine, hosting over 500 business technology professionals. View our schedule of events here to see the latest topics, and register today! Please note our schedule varies each month, with most events on Wednesday or Thursday.

Upcoming Events

Jan 17
MTUG Events

WEBINAR 5 - Cables to the Cloud

11AM - 12PM, http://mtug.webex.com

Cables to the Cloud: Hybrid network connectivity into Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Edward Taggart of WEX discusses connectivity options to Amazon Web Services (AWS) including VPN, Direct Connect Gateway and Inter-Region VPC Peering. The presentation will focus on real world challenges and how WEX is implementing their connectivity.


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Jan 31
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Lewiston Peers & Beers co-sponsored by Systems Engineering!

4:30-6:30p, Davinci's Eatery

Miljan Bajic of AgileMaine presents "Why Agile Is Eating The World," an overview of the impact of Agile. The event will also feature plus plenty of refreshments and time for networking!

Register by the prior day for a pre-printed badge and drink ticket at the door.

MTUG extends a huge thanks to Systems Engineering for co-sponsoring this Peers & Beers program!


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Feb 28
MTUG Events

WEBINAR 6: GSuite in the School Community

11 am, Online at http://mtug.webex.com

Alice Barr, Instructional Technology Integrator, Yarmouth High School, will discuss Google's GSuite product in schools.

Watch this page for detail topic description and a possible additional speaker to be announced in February.


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