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03-03-2009 12:49 PM - edited 03-11-2009 03:27 PM
HP is proud to announce the first in a series of on line chat events sessions where you will have an opportunity to interact real-time with some of HP's top guns in a particular area of interest. We will focus on different topics and technologies in future Meet the Expert sessions.
Meet the Experts: Wireless and Network Printing 101
Meet four of HP's wireless, network printing experts Monday on March 16th from 3:30 - 4:30 PM PST.
Cameron has been with HP for 27 years. He's worked on everything from faxes to printers. He is the lead for Customer Satisfaction Connectivity and has a lot of experience troubleshooting many common network issues.
Craig has been with HP for more than 20 years and has focused on printers for 17 of those years. He is a Distinguished Technologist at HP and has a great deal of experience setting up networks and printers. He is also the go to guy for solving software printing issues.
David has been with HP's printing group for 15 years. He has a lot of history with HP's wireless printers, as a software manager and a firmware manager. He's followed the developments in wireless technology closely and is focused on understanding the challenges customers face and helping solve them. You can check out his blog Network Inkjets from the Inside.
Jim has been at HP for 20 years. He focuses on Wi-Fi technology and is an Architect and Technical Lead for 802.11. He specializes in setting up, troubleshooting and fine tuning WiFi networks.
These experts will answer your questions and give tips on how to navigate the murky waters of network printing. Topics that may be covered in this real-time chat event include:
- Urban myths on the best ways to secure your wireless network
- Common pitfalls such as poor wireless connections and firewall interference
- Embedded web servers, when and when not to use them
- The pros and cons of "Adhoc" versus "Infrastructure" networks
While you can attend this real-time chat event without signing up in advance, you must be a member of the HP Support Forums to ask questions. Signing up to become a member of the forums is easy and only takes a few moments, plus it will allow you to post questions or give answers on the Forums.
And it is all free!
So, come and learn about wireless and network printing. Please be sure to come on time as space is limited!
If you can't make the chat event, we'll post a transcript of the event on the Printing and All in Ones board.
Thanks in advance for your interest and participation!