ITUG - International HP NonStop Users Group
1978-10-17 San Jose CA USA
17 Oct 1978, San Jose CA (USA), as (US) Tandem Users' Group (TUG). Name subsequently changed to: 1981, International Tandem Users' Group (ITUG); 2001, ITUG Compaq Users Group. Present name adopted 2002. Ceased to exist prior to when merged with other former HP users groups, including U-XF6689 - HP-Interex EMEA, into G-XJ5458 - Connect.
Advance the use of Tandem computers by promoting free exchange of relevant information and establishing means to facilitate such exchange; provide feedback to Tandem manufacturers on equipment and programming needs; reduce wasted effort among Tandem users in preparing computer programs; advance the art of information processing through mutual education and exchange of ideas.
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Executive Board, consisting of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Vice-Chairman Elect, Director at Large, Executive Director and Tandem Liaison. Committees and Subgroups (standing and ad hoc): Special Interest Groups; Regional Users' Groups.
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