Help Desk Computers to exhibit at Warpstock 2003
October 16, 2003 by Tim Cardozo
Help Desk Computers, Inc., will be exhibiting at Warpstock 2003. Located in Los Gatos, California, Help Desk Computers opened their doors just last year, in March of 2002. Company owners Bill Wilson and Paul Lazaga partnered to start WTW Group and Sohomax.com in 1999 and offer troubleshooting and recovery services to individual PC and MAC owners as well as Fortune 1000 businesses.
Help Desk Computers, Inc., working through BayWarp (the OS/2 Bay Area Users Group) whose members acted as the Event Team for Warpstock 2003, provided significant support to make this year's Warpstock happen. In addition, Paul Lazaga serves as Exhibitor Coordinator for Warpstock 2003.
For more information on Help Desk Computers, come talk to them at Warpstock 2003 or visit their web site, any time, at this address:
Warpstock 2003 will be at the Doubletree Hotel San Francisco Airport the weekend of October 18th and 19th. Registration for both days of this event is $140. Registration for either day is just $90. Warpstock accepts on-site registrations "at-the-door".
And, just in case you still need to book your hotel room for Warpstock, here's the link to the Doubletree Hotel San Francisco Airport's homepage:
The hotel's direct number is 1-650-344-5500. Their FAX number is 1-650-340-8851.
Warpstock, Inc., is a North Carolina corporation. The Warpstock annual conference is a gathering of OS/2 users, developers, and vendors from around the world for the purpose of education and advocacy. More information is available at the Warpstock web site: