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2018 Florida Recap

During my visit to Florida in January, I had the pleasure of addressing
almost 1000 people in various groups throughout the state.
The message for this year is very simple and to the point.
"If it's Connected, it Needs to be Connected". Those of us that use Avast
know that Avast plays a great part in keeping us and those things connected to the internet safe.

1-25-2018 Boca Raton Computer Society - Boca Raton, FL

A small but very attentive group. They asked quite a few questions during the presentation.

1-24-2018 Cascade Lakes Computer and Technology Club - Boynton Beach, FL

Many questions during and after the presentation in the Q&A session.
I even answered questions out in the parking lot before returning to my hotel.

1-22-2018 Valencia Reserve Computer Club - Boynton Beach, FL

The 37 members and guest were very attentive and asked quite a few questions
during and after the presentation.

Renewing Avast Free - I'm a bit Confused


1-19-2018 Computer Users group at Univ. Of South Florida - Temple Terrace, FL

The club members were very involved with many questions
during and after the presentation.

1-18-2018 Space Coast PC Users Group - Cocoa, FL

The Space Coast PC Users Group is a smaller but very involved group.
They were happy to have received the information that was presented.
They also asked quite a few questions.

1-17-2018 Bellaggio Computer and Technology Club - Lake Worth, FL


1-16-2018 Tampa Bay Technology Center - Clearwater, FL

Last night's presentation was done for the members of the Tampa Bay Computer Center
They meet in the Main Library in beautiful Clearwater, FL.

1/16/2018 Eagle Point MHP - Punta Gorda, FL

Click here to see all the photos
Yesterday morning I had the pleasure of addressing the members of the computer club
at the Eagle Point Motor Home Park.

1-15-2018 Valencia Falls Computer and Technology Club - Delray Beach, FL

Click here to see all the photos taken at the presentation
Approximately 325 members and guests attended last night's presentation.
The auditorium was pretty full. Lots of questions and lots of laughter.
This is the largest active Computer club in this part of Florida.
I always look forward to doing a presentation for the members
of this club.

Avast - Add, Remove and Customize Components


1-12-2018 Deerfield Beach Computer Club - Deerfield Beach, FL

The members and guests of the Deerfield Beach Computer Club Inc
turned out in full force this morning. As you can see, the place was packed.
Lot's of questions and from what I can tell from the initial responses, the topic
and the answers where spot on.

1-11-2018 Platina Computer Club - Boynton Beach, FL

If this presentation had been held outside, it would have been rained out.
I arrived early and missed the downpour. Despite the rain, those that arrived
enjoyed the presentation and learn a great deal.

1-10-2018 The Tampa PC User Group - Tampa, FL

A small but very interested group. Many questions both during the presentation
and during the Q&A session after the presentation.

1-9-2018 Betmar Users Group - Zephyrhills, FL

Very interested group. The members asked lots of questions.

1/9/2018 Buttonwood Bay Bytes Computer Club - Sebring FL

Thirtymembers and guests attended this afternoons presentation

1/8/2018 Palm Isles Computer Club - Boynton Beach, FL

When you have that large an auditorium, 72 attendees are hardly noticeable.
We had a fairly extensive Q&A session after the well received presentation.
The temperature in Boynton Beach, equaled the number of attendees.

1/4/2018 Lake Sumter Computer Society - Leesburg, FL

A nice turnout for a small club which enjoyed the new presentation.