NiSUG: Meet Recarta at International Power 2013 – 24th Sept ’13

Tuesday 24th September, Milton Keynes

Recarta are proud to be a sponsor and will be exhibiting at this years National iSeries User Group Conference. We will be there will the Enterprise Technical team to hear your stories and answer your questions!

2013 is a special year for NiSUG as it is their 20th Anniversary and the 25th Anniversary of the IBM-i system and, as such, would like to see as many of our clients there as possible.

The conference will contain the usual sessions and workshop’s covered in streams of Technical, Strategy, IBM & Lab, Solution; delivered by independent experts on the IBM-i and Power systems but will also contain a visit to the Computer Museum where you can learn about the pioneering first steps of computers, their influence in the outcome of the war and the input they have on our lives today.

See the agenda here – please let us know whether you will be able to attend – it would be great to see you there!

Register with Recarta to waiver the £100 fee – Promo code: CSMR20

 

UPDATE!!! 

This is just to update you on what we have planned on the 24th September for this special, combined celebration of NiSUG’s 20th Birthday and the 25th anniversary of the AS/400.

I am attaching a note from Mike Ryan NiSUG Chairman which will give you a little background to the event.

Since our last e-mail, we are delighted to announce that Infor have agreed to be an event sponsor and Tim Mears, Business Development Manager, will be presenting a session on how Infor see the future of ERP systems running on IBM i. We have been trying to arrange this for some time so it is fitting that Infor who’s ERP packages run in a large percentage of “i”installations all over Europe, will be part of this celebration.

The morning is dedicated to an era when computing was just in its infancy and everyone is really looking forward to the Keynote Presentation by Lieutenant Commander Bob Horner, on the critical contribution to the WWII war effort made by the code-breakers at Bletchley Park. This was probably the start of modern day security and is very relevant to some of the conference modern day security sessions.  Running in parallel will be a fascinating tour of the nearby National Museum of Computing where we can reminisce over some of the machinery which has helped shape most of our careers.

After lunch in the Expo Hall at the Milton Keynes Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, the conference will split into 4 streams where you can choose topics ranging from modern day security considerations to an actual user presentation on a real-life modernisation project. There are lots of sessions to choose from so have a look at the agenda