At its core – myITforum.com is the acknowledged, centralized community for Microsoft System Center technologies and systems management methodologies.

But, myITforum.com goes much farther than that.

myITforum.com is a community of worldwide IT professionals.  myITforum.com membership and visitors are made up of IT Administrators and IT Managers from several countries, in small, medium, and large companies around the world.   Over 140,000 people visit myITforum.com each day to find solutions to problems they face.  These answers come in the form of articles, self-help forum posts, self-help email discussion lists, a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) database, blog posts, and online media such as videos and podcasts.

myITforum.com is also a “web site” with technologies designed to promote community interaction and activity.  The technologies implemented on myITforum.com allow the community to expand at steady rates.  myITforum.com averages close to one million page views a day.

These days the word community is used so loosely that the word loses it’s real meaning.  myITforum.com is a real community, comprised of real, dedicated, and loyal individuals.  myITforum.com is led by community members, promoted by community members, and the community’s needs are always addressed because myITforum.com evolves it’s technologies based on community comments and suggestions.  myITforum.com does not “guess” at what the community needs, nor does it decide it knows explicitly what a community needs.  myITforum.com will always be a community driven web site.  By becoming a member or visitor of myITforum.com you know that you are in charge, and you will never be blasted for a newbie question, or even asking a question that has already been answered.  The myITforum.com community has grown over the years into the most kind and generous group of people online.

myITforum.com has been an established community since 1999.  myITforum.com is the largest and longest running community of its type.  Over the years, myITforum.com has formulated the best recipe for building and maintaining community.  myITforum.com is also not a “walled garden” as some sites say to promote themselves.  myITforum.com continually supports and promotes external web sites and people who exhibit services and content that round the community as a whole.  If you would like to get your web site, service, software, or company noticed by the community at large, myITforum.com is the place to do it!

Some web sites give you stats-per-month to make it sound impressive, but the myITforum.com community is a daily driving force.  Though, myITforum.com’s stats sound impressive, our tried-and-true recipe for community means we highlight you without your efforts being lost in the mix.  You never get lost in this community, no matter who you are.  Anyone can share information in a number of ways.  No one is excluded.

So, welcome to the best community in the world!  Get involved right away by utilizing the ever-expanding, totally free technologies we provide and see for yourself just how great this community really is.  We, at myITforum.com, are sure your experience will be a positive one.  And, if not, just drop us an email, day or night, and let us know what you need.  You can always make a suggestion or comment to:  admin@myITforum.com

 

Are you a vendor looking wanting to be noticed in a tough industry?  myITforum.com has a long history of helping companies build brand and loyalty.  If you’re interested in what myITforum.com can do for your company, download our most current media kit.

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