The next turn on The Road to Macstock takes us to a conversation with Tom Piper, who will represent the Apple User Group Advisory Board. Tom’s presentation will focus on the place of user groups in today’s computing world. He tells us about it, as well as how his iPad Pro has almost completely taken the place of his MacBook Pro.
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Tom Piper founded mid-Missouri’s appleJAC Apple Users Group in 1984 and has served in most related officer positions since, having worked on newsletters, mail servers, finances, educational sessions, web sites and leadership. In 1985, he also established the first Macs in state government agencies, and has continually supported expansion and integration efforts since then. Tom is the Apple User Group Advisory Board‘s Vendor Liaison and is a familiar face at Macworld Expo, UGU and CES. Although retired from Missouri state government, he continues to manage MacQuest Consulting, his private consulting firm related to Apple product support, long-term care facility development, and motivational speaking.