Aaron Parker speaking at Inaugural Meeting of the Melbourne Citrix User Group

It’s been a long time coming and the time is nearly here for the inaugural meeting of the Melbourne Citrix User Group. On the 6th of December 2016, we’ll be really proud to kick off an independent Citrix User Group at the Golden Gate Hotel, South Melbourne.

Our aim is to create an event that remains independent from Citrix, that meets quarterly and is by the users, for the users. We’d love to have your involvement, providing the community the chance shape future events. Your group leaders will all be there and keen to hear from you:

You can follow the Melbourne Citrix User Group Community on Twitter for updates and we hope to have GoToMeeting available so that the community in other locations can take part.

Agenda

We have a packed agenda for the event with the aim of you, the attendee, participating. We’d like to hear what you’d like to get out of the Citrix User Group, as well a round table for a chance to hear from you on your wins and challenges with Citrix solution in your (or customer) environments.

When: 6th, December 2016
17:30-17:45 Registration and Networking
17:45-18:30 Introductions; Citrix State of the Nation
18:30-19:00 Nutanix sponsor presentation
19:00-19:10 Break
19:10-19:45 Community presentation – Self-service Password Reset in StoreFront 3.7, Darren Bennett
19:45-20:30 Roundtable – Community Input, Citrix Challenges
20:30 Adjourn

Be sure to sign up for the first meeting via the registration page.

Location

The evening’s event will be held at the Golden Gate Hotel, 238 Clarendon St, South Melbourne. The closest station is Southern Cross with trams heading down Clarendon St. Parking should also be available at the South Melbourne Markets on the corner of Coventry and Cecil Streets.

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