The next meeting of The Macintosh Business Users Society of Greater Philadelphia (http://www.macbus.org/) will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 6:30 pm.
For this month’s meeting, MacBUS member Ben Romney will present “Going Paperless: Drastically Reducing the Amount of Paper.” This session will focus on strategies and techniques for moving towards a paperless work environment, or reducing the amount of paper coming in and going out through hardware, software and organizational practices.
A general Mac troubleshooting Q&A session will also be held. Attendees are encouraged to bring questions and invite friends or coworkers who may find the meeting beneficial.
MacBUS was the first user group in the United States to focus on the business and professional uses of the Macintosh operating system. The group of approximately 75 members meets this month at:
University of the Arts
Connelly Auditorium in Tera Hall 8th Floor
211 South Broad Street, Philadelphia
Meetings are usually held on the last Tuesday evening of each calendar month. To inquire about presenting, or to suggest a meeting topic, please contact the MacBUS board at firstname.lastname@example.org .For additional information about MacBUS, including directions to meetings, visit the MacBUS web site.