Posted by: JennyMack
Community Newsletter, ITKE
Here is what’s happening in our community lately:
- Knowledge Points Amazon giveaway
- “Best Questions” t-shirt winners
- Featured IT blogger
- Featured questions
- Featured blog posts
- New community blogs
- Messages from the TechTarget network
Knowledge Points Amazon Giveaway
Is there an Amazon gift card in your future? Only your Knowledge Points will tell. Visit the blog post for more information.
“Best Questions” T-Shirt Winners
After careful consideration, we have chosen the following members as the winners in our “Best Questions” contest. Click on their names to read their questions. Each member will be receiving a free IT Knowledge Exchange t-shirt.
Congratulations to our winners! Be sure to check out their questions and the discussions and answers that followed.
Even if you didn’t make it into the winners’ circle, there is still an opportunity to get your t-shirt! IT Knowledge Exchange is currently running a promotion to welcome new members — ask and answer one question each, and you will be eligible to receive an IT Knowledge Exchange t-shirt. Simply e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org once you have asked a question and answered a question, and tell me your address and preferred t-shirt size. You will receive a t-shirt as thanks within 2-3 weeks. Anyone is eligible, so get into the community and start spreading the knowledge!
Featured IT Blogger of the Week
This week’s featured blogger is Scott Lowe, of blog.scottlowe.org.
Scott is a respected virtualization and storage pro, and is a contributor on SearchVMware.com, as well as SearchServerVirtualization.com. He writes mostly on topics surrounding virtualization, and recently asked his readers, “What if Hypervisors shared a file system?” You can check out the blog post here; feel free to give him some feedback.
We’re happy to feature Scott as our IT blogger of the week! You can visit his blog here.
Over the past week, we’ve seen some great questions come through IT Knowledge Exchange, but some questions are still waiting for an answer. Click on one of our selected questions below, and spread the knowledge!
Featured Blog Posts
Browse the sampling of selected blog posts below or go here to view all.
- Netbooks: What are they good for? | The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
- Software for Secure Computing: Easy Email & File Security with AxCrypt | Security Corner
- Tracking down that user/computer that locks AD accounts | IT Trenches
- How secure is your network? (Part 1) | Open Source Software and Linux
- Preparing for CISSP? Check out CCCure.org | IT Career JumpStart
New Community Blogs
.NET Developments | A SearchWinDevelopment.com blog
A blog on all things .NET and Windows development, with news, tips and analysis about Visual Studio, ASP.NET, Visual Basic programming, C#,.NET architecture and the Windows market in general.
Our Latest Discovery | A Whatis.com blog
Our Latest Discovery is the editorial blog for WhatIs.com®. We discover a lot of interesting websites when we’re researching new definitions. This blog is where we share what we stumble upon.
Messages from the TechTarget Network
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