First BigFix East Coast User Group Meeting

(imported topic written by Tabby91)

As you know, BigFix is growing and all of you are important to our growth. By popular demand we are hosting our first East Coast User Group meeting on March 15 in NYC. We will have a direct line to product management onsite to answer your questions and share our plans for the future. Come out and help shape the vision with the people who BigFix IT everyday.


Thursday, March 15th

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM


Harry’s Café & Steak One Hanover Square

New York, New York 10004


  • Platform and solution packs overviews

  • Training and certification updates

  • Comparison of administration models

  • Infrastructure topologies comparisons and reviews

  • Product issues/feedback/questions

  • Pitfalls/advantages of later releases

  • Discussion of testing practices

Cocktails and refreshments will be served.

If you are interested in coming, please RSVP by March 14th by emailing or by calling 510.740.1225.

Email with any questions.

(imported comment written by StacyLee)

Sounds Great. When’s the West Coast one?

(imported comment written by Tabby91)

The East Coast User group was a success so we are moving it accross the country. This has the benefit of our technical team right in the neighborhood. Please pass the notice along to anyone who might be interested in attending.

Announcing the First BigFix West Coast User Group Meeting

When: Tuesday, May 1st

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Where: Brick Restaurant

1085 Sutter Street @ Larkin

San Francisco, CA

Brick Restaurant

Who will be there: Customers and BigFix Technical gurus – no sales people!

*The first 10 people who register will receive an autographed copy of

“Stealing the Network, How to Own a Shadow”

Authored by Ryan Russell, QA Manager BigFix, Inc.

Agenda: What’s next? Platform and Modules

Best Practices customer driven

Certification program in 2007

Cocktails and refreshments will be served

RSVP by April 30th to

Or 510.740.1225

(imported comment written by SystemAdmin)

Would love to see a New England User group.


(imported comment written by rclarke)

How about an EMEA User group :wink: