Here, in no particular order (actually the date they were submitted!), are some of the comments NUF has received from its members:
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is pleased to give its support to the Network Users Forum. It plays a
really useful role in bringing people together to solve each others problems.
The sharing of ideas and experience will be crucial to the development
of CITINET , and we hope to work closely with NUF in the future.
How could I NOT support this excellent organisation! I'm glad to seeing it continuing to develop. Verity Brack, University of Sheffield
welcome the interest and progress that the Network Users’ Forum members
are stimulating amongst local businesses in the potential for contributing
to economic regeneration using ICT.
have been actively involved in NUF activities since its inception and
can wholeheartedly recommend participation in NUF activities to anyone
working in or with an interest in the internet and related technologies.
Keep up the good work!
have my admiration and support
have found Network Users Forum invaluable for keeping up to date with
snuf-l list is a very useful means of keeping abreast of problems and
The Network Users Forum has continued to provide a valuable service to local IT companies in South Yorkshire since its inception.
In addition to organising events and providing advice services,it is an extremely useful discussion area where experiences can be shared and discussed with like-minded individuals/companies.
look forward to seeing the association continuing to develop its services
with the resources at its disposal.
Network Users' Forum provides an excellent service to its members. I value
particularly the generosity with which members share ideas and experience.
I also think it is an excellent way of keeping in touch with local I&CT;
issues and developments.
support and expertise available from the Network Users Forum has helped
our organisation to develop its contacts with the city and the world!
has been a valuable source of information and network-building. Long may
have been a member of the Network Users' Forum since its inception, and
have found involvement to be beneficial in several ways. I wish the organisation
continued success for the future, and can confirm that GB IT Services
will continue to support and help its development whenever possible.
Keep up the good work!
help support over the past 3 years has been invaluable.
pace of technical change within ICT is still increasing, as it increases
the ability of any one organisation to track and manage change diminishes.
In joining a group such as this the combined experience of partners contributes
significantly in the change management process.
I would like to express my support for the Network Users Forum and the excellent work it has done over the last couple of years. The email group is an valuable source of news about local events and developments, and also provides a source of technical support for issues which affect experienced and novice network users.
is with some regret that I have been unable to attend meetings in person
for the last 18 months, but the program has been active and interesting.
Network users forum has proved a valuable resource whenever we need to
achieve something a little adrift from the standard or "default" usage.
It is also very helpful with "foresight" of upcoming developments in these
technologies, something which as a part of small company I would not normally
have the time, resources or contacts to do with any degree of reliability
is an excellent initiative which is the envy of many other areas. Keep
up the good work!
have found the Network Users Forum to be an invaluable information resource
which is all the more valuable because the constructive contributions
are supplied voluntarily. Long may it continue :)
advice and views on all issues from global IT strategy to local web gossip,
it's a must.
Forum provides a lot of potentially interesting comment and opinions
supports the Network Users' Forum in helping individuals and businesses
benefit from global connectivity.
forum is an example of community building and internet usage where the
whole is truly greater than the sum of its parts.
provides a Contract Management service aimed at easing the administrative
burden of providing Vocational Training in Britain. Initiatives such as
NUF provide a valuable soft information resource for people involved in
the training industry, and consequently have our best wishes for their
I wish to give my wholehearded support and backing for the Network Users' Forum and its services for business, individuals and the community. It has an essential and key role to play in linking our communities of interest, the wider community to which we all belong and the new ways of working that will dominate the new millennium and which we all must master if we are to benefit from the opportunities that will present themselves in the future.
only wish that more people would take advantage of this outstanding initative.
Network Users’ Forum is an excellent source of news about computer use
and networking in the Sheffield area.