Suffolk Mac User Group

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Make the most of your Mac
OK we all know our Mac’s a joy and pleasure to use –
But ever thought... there must be more?
There is, and it’s on your doorstep – Suffolk’s Mac User Group can help you...

bullet_ball-gold Step in to a new arena – digital photography, movie making, creating music...
bullet_ball-gold Stay on the cutting edge of Mac technology...
bullet_ball-gold Make the most of your favourite software and hardware...
bullet_ball-gold Upgrade without tears...
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We have an active, members-only, Google Group. Worth the subscription for the help alone.

Speaker: Mark Elliss
Wednesday 27 January 2016, 7:00pm
at the St Nicholas Centre

Be afraid; be VERY afraid!

‘Macs cannot catch a virus’ - wrong!
‘Macs cannot be hacked’ - wrong!
‘It will never happen to me’ - wrong!

Terms and conditions - what have you agreed to?

Mark will go through computer security using some real world examples, and offer advice on how to stay safe.

Complacency is your enemy.

Come along on January 27th to learn more.

at the St Nicholas Centre

Not a member? No worries! We welcome non-members - and admission to our meetings is just £5, including refreshments.


Massive congratulations
to Tony Bramley, who has been an active member and instructor wth Suffolk Mac User Group for many years, for achieving Fellowship (19 Nov) of the RPS, with a dazzling panel of extraordinary abstract images. Inspired by the work of Russian artist, Kasimir Malevich, Tony's work is up there with the most strikingly original work you will ever see.