Subject:  Unigroup Meeting - Greater NYC Area's UNIX Users Group

      When:  Thursday, July 21, 1994

     Where:  Chemical Bank
             55 Water Street (enter at Old Slip)
             South Tower, 13th Floor Conference Room (follow the signs)

      Time:  5:30 PM - 6:30 PM  Registration

             6:30 PM - 7:00 PM  Unigroup Business and Introductions,
			        Unigroup's Discount Programs,
			        Unigroup's Affiliation with Uniforum and
			        the Joint Membership Program,
                                NY Unix Newsletter Discussions,
				Questions and Answers,
				Call for Unix Expo Volunteers!

             7:00 PM - 9:30 PM  Main Presentation:

     Topic:  TCP/IP Network Management:
	     Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) - Tutorial & Futures

   Speakers: (To be announced) from Cisco Systems Inc of Menlo Park, CA.
	     Cisco is a leading manufacturer of networking hardware.

	     *  We hope to have Complementary Passes for Unix Expo '94 at *
	     *  this meeting (if they have become available in time).     *

      Fees:	Yearly Membership:				$ 50.00
		Single Meeting:					$ 20.00
		Student Yearly Membership:			$ 20.00
		Student Single Meeting:				$  5.00
	==>	Uniforum/Unigroup Joint Yearly Membership	$110.00
		Cash, Check, American Express.

	==>	Unigroup is the Greater NYC Regional Area Affiliate
		of Uniforum - an International Unix Users Group.
		Our Joint Membership Program gives you full membership
		in both organizations for a discounted price.

Directions:	55 Water Street is between Water Street & Front Streets
		at Old Slip...  about 7 blocks south of Fulton St. and
		the South Street Seaport.
		Take 4 train to Bowling Green & Walk Due East;
		Take 2/3 trains to Wall Street, Walk East to Water St.
			then walk South 5 blocks;
		Take M/J trains to Broad St., Walk East to Water St.;
		Take N/R trains to Whitehall St., Walk North East to Water St.
		There is parking on the street and there is a lot right
			in the building, entrance on Old Slip.

		Room Location Specifics:
		   Enter the building at Old Slip.  To get to the South
		   Tower of the complex, you enter the building at Old
		   Slip at the "North Tower" doors.  This entrance is
		   is immediately to the right of the main entrance,
		   towards Water Street.  Go past the guard's desk
		   (mentioning you are heading for Unigroup) to the
		   elevator bank and go to the 13th floor.
		   When you get to the 13th floor, follow the signs leading
		   you to the meeting room.

		   The signs will lead you from the elevator, through a set
		   of doors, then past the cafeteria.  If the entrance
		   doors near the elevator on the 13th floor are locked
		   (may happen after 6pm), call the security desk using the
		   available telephone, and they will radio the guard on
		   the 13th floor to let you in.  After the cafeteria, you
		   see another "lobby" area.  Walk past the cash machines,
		   make a left and look for a sign marking the meeting room.

	Please mark it on your calendar and join us for the meeting.
	Please tell your friends about Unigroup!



	Jul 1994	Network Management - SNMP Tutorial

	Sep 1994	(Move meeting to UNIX EXPO in Oct. to avoid holidays)
	Oct 1994	Special Event - Meeting at UNIX EXPO in NYC.

			Topic:	UNIX War Stories.

			Unix Expo '94 is held at the Javits Center in NYC,
			on October 4th - 6th, 1994.
			Show Hours:
				Tuesday    October 4th  11:00am - 5:00pm
				Wednesday  October 5th  10:00am - 5:00pm
				Thursday   October 6th  10:00am - 4:00pm

			The Unigroup Meeting will be after the show on
			Wednesday, October 5th, 1994.  Room to be announced.

	Nov 1994	DNS - Internet Domain Name System

	Jan 1995	Sendmail

	Mar 1995	NFS and NIS+

	We are also working on meetings on Privacy, Encryption & Security.

	* We will need VOLUNTEERS to help out at our booth at UNIX EXPO.
	  If you can help, please let us know.  We also need help arranging
	  speakers for our meetings, please let us know if you come across
	  some good speakers or interesting topics you would like to see
	  presented at our meetings.

	* Unigroup is NOT charging admission fees to our Special-Event meeting
	  at Unix Expo (although we do hope attendees will enjoy the meetings
	  and join the group).

	* As always, Unigroup will be providing our membership with
	  Complimentary Admission Passes to UNIX Expo when they
	  become available.



Here is the recent announcement from our friends at the NYSA group:

> From: xev@morgan.com (Xev Gittler)
> Date: 	Fri, 1 Jul 1994 13:04:52 -0400
> Subject: July NYSA Meeting - Randy Johnson and Harris Kern
> XX The next meeting of the New York Systems Administration (NYSA) group
> XX will be held on Monday July 18th @ Morgan Stanley, 1251 6th Avenue
> XX (exact floor location to be announced), from 6:15PM - 8:15PM.
> We are very excited that the speakers at this meeting will be Randy
> Johnson and Harris Kern of Sun Microsystem.  Harris Kern implemented and
> supported Sun's first 24x7 Unix production environment for Mission Critical
> Applications. Randy Johnson was Manager of Telecommunications while Sun
> grew its networks from under 30 locations to over 100 locations. He is
> currently in charge  of Sun's Data Center. Together they came up with Sun's
> Unix Production Acceptance Guidelines. They write many articles
> and have just published a book called "Rightsizing the New Enterprise".
> This should be a very informative talk.
> Please note that the meeting is on the THIRD Monday of the month,
> not the normal second Monday of the month. Refreshments will be served.
> ----
> From: xev@morgan.com (Xev Gittler)
> Date:	Thu, 14 Jul 1994 21:29:14 -0400
> Subject: Location Change for July NYSA Meeting
> ***************************************************************************
> Sorry to do this on such short notice, but the location of this meeting
> has now changed. The NEW LOCATION is 1633 Broadway, on Broadway between
> 50 & 51 (2 blocks up), 35th floor. When you get to the 35th floor, 
> the guard will direct you to the meeting (after forcing you to sign in).
> Sorry about the location change, but I thought we'd need the extra 
> space (don't disappoint me now and not show up now! :-)
> ***************************************************************************
> Since many people have asked... Directions by subway:
> The 1, 9 stop at 7th Avenue and 50 and the C, E stop at 50 and 8th avenue
> but if you walk through the tunnel it brings 
> you out at the same location as the 1, 9 which by the way is
> underground 1633.  The B, D, F, or Q all stop at 6th and 50th.

Here is the recent announcement from our friends at the Sun User group:

> Date: Thu, 7 Jul 94 19:45:37 EDT
> From: fgreco@mercury.com (Frank D. Greco)
> Subject: NYSLUG - Satellite Broadcast - Object Technologies
>          New York Regional Sun Local User Group Meeting Announcement
>                        Interactive Satellite Broadcast
>                     Live from ObjectWorld San Francisco
>                        Sponsored by Sunergy and SMCC
> John Gage (Host) - Director of the Science Office,
>                    Sun Microsystems Computer Corporation
> Steve Jobs       - Chairman and CEO, NeXT Computer, Inc.
> Bill Joy         - Founder and Vice President of Research,
>                    Sun Microsystems Computer Corporation
> Chris Stone      - President & CEO, Object Management Group, Inc.
> Bud Tribble      - Vice President of Object Products, SunSoft, Inc.
> When:
>       Thursday, July 28, 1994
>       11:30am - 1:00pm EST		<--- NOTE THE TIME !!!!! <-----
> Where:
>       Fashion Institute of Technology
>       227 West 27th Street, Building D (auditorium)
>       New York City, NY
> Who/What:
>       The need for a distributed, object-based application framework to
>       dramatically reduce the cost of developing, using and managing
>       enterprise applications is greater than ever. This is due to the
>       complexities and costs associated with software development, which
>       has not kept pace with the powerful and cost effective hardware
>       developments. In this live broadcast (SUNERGY #10), industry
>       experts will take a look at Object-Oriented software development,
>       emerging new technologies that will enable creation of reusable
>       software components that can be distributed and integrated into
>       applications across the network and what the future holds in
>       store for this promising technology.
>       This exciting live broadcast will be viewed in over 40
>       countries.  The panel of object computing experts will provide
>       time for audience question and answer and will entertain
>       questions from the worldwide audience via interactive satellite.
>       Don't miss this opportunity to participate in lively discussion
>       regarding the present and future usage of object technology in a
>       variety of arenas.
>       [ See you all there!   - Frank G.]
> ===================================================================
> for further information on the NYSLUG contact:
>         Frank D. Greco          Mike Barasch
>         fgreco@mercury.com      mikeb@mercury.com
> Mercury Technologies, Inc,   53 Wall Street, NYC,  10005
> ===================================================================
> There is *NO* charge for admission.  Feel free to invite your colleagues!



Thanks to Chemical Bank, Unigroup holds regular meetings planned for
the Third THURSDAY of Odd Months at Chemical Bank, 55 Water Street, NYC.
Planned meeting dates are: 7/21/94, 10/5/94 (Unix Expo), 11/17/94...
Watch for our Special Event meetings at the various trade shows in NYC.

To renew your dues, pay your yearly membership or for general information,
 contact Unigroup of NY by USmail:
	Unigroup of New York, Inc., G.P.O. Box 1931, New York, NY 10116-1931

For further information or to get on the Unigroup Electronic Mail Mailing List
 send an Email message to:
	unilist@unigroup.org  or  uunet!unigroup.org!unilist


I hope to see you all at Unigroup's July 1994 meeting...

-Rob Weiner
 Unigroup Executive Director

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