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|LUGs and SIGS|
Currently, Vivit has over 75 local user groups spanning 26 countries. Review a complete list of all local user groups.
What is a Vivit Regional or Local User Group?
A Local User Group (LUG) is a group HP Users and Vivit members that come together to leverage their experience and expertise by forming a local group. This local group can be either Regional Local User Group based on location or a Special Interest Group (SIG), a virtual community organized around a specific technology or application. Through these LUGs, Vivit members share their vast practical knowledge and invaluable experience, leveraging the benefits of HP Software expertise at a local level. To find our more information about Vivit LUGs, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is a Special Interest Group (SIG)?
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are organizations of members around a special topic of interest. The "virtual interest" communities within Vivit help facilitate Vivit’s core values of Advocacy, Community and Education for a specific area or technology. SIG members do not generally reside in a common physical territory but rather form a virtual community of interest. Current Special Interest Groups Include:
If you are interested in forming a new Special Interest Group, please contact email@example.com.