Register for 31 May 2016 Event

Events in Review

May 10, 2016

Gavin McInnes, Computer Troubleshooters
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
9:30 AM to 11.30 AM (AEDT)
The Beach Club Collaroy, 1058 Pittwater Road

Internet security is a major issue for any business. Perhaps 2015’s most high-profile hack was on Ashley Madison, the adultery website that promised its members discrete affairs. The hackers released the personal information such as emails and physical addresses of 37 million users.

In this 30 minute presentation, Gavin McInnes from Computer Trouble Shooters will share with us “COMMON SENSE APPROACH TO INTERNET SECURITY”. Gavin will share with us how to use common sense in securing your business from internet breaches and plan for disaster recovery.

Gavin McInnes, Computer Troubleshooters

Gavin McInnes is the owner of Computer Troubleshooters, an IT support company based in North Sydney. Computer Troubleshooters provides tailored IT solutions to residential and business customers. Some of the IT solutions they provide include: cloud back ups, networking, servers, software support and sales, managed services, email solutions and data recovery.

In this month’s 5 minute hot seat is Tracy Booth, from Wellness Tsunami. Wellness Tsunami markets Kangen Water, a delicious water created from an innovative water technology. Tracy will share with us the strategies that they use to reach their ideal customers.

Structure of the Day

•    Sign in
•   15 minutes networking
•    Introductions
•    5 Minute Presentation, Tracy Booth, Wellness Tsunami
•    5 Minutes Questions and Answers
•    25 Minute Presentation: Gain McInnes, Computer Troubleshooters
•    15 Minute – Questions & Answers
•    Wrap up

Charity Box

$10 DONATION AT THE DOOR for the Warringah Women’s Resource Centre. Should you wish to receive a receipt from the centre, please leave your email address next to the box.

Challenge This Month
BRING ALONG A FRIEND. Spread the word as loud as you can and share what we do on your social media. When using social media, please use the hashtag #TNBN.

There is ticketed parking surrounding the club. You may also park in the streets opposite the club such as Pittwater Rd, Collaroy st, Fielding St or Alexander St.

Please order a coffee/tea or something to eat before you come upstairs. There are a couple of coffee shops across the road from the Beach Club. The club won’t be open for coffee inside at the time we are there.

The Beach Club
We are truly blessed The Beach Club Collaroy offered us the Club House Function room for our monthly events. Consider the Beach Club for your next event. It is a huge room with marvelous views over Collaroy beach. Audio/Visual equipment, separate entrance, plenty of parking, bar in the room and balcony for break out sessions. For more information visit:


The wonderful Karen Newall from Karen Newall Photography will be taking photos of the event. Thank you Karen for donating your time and camera again this month. Karen is a professional life style photographer. Her easy style produces relaxed and spontaneous images and timeless pieces of art presented in the highest quality frames or handmade ‘storybook’ albums.
These events originated from the LinkedIn group, The Northern Beaches Network. If you are not a member we would love for you to join the growing number of locals:
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