What do you need to know more about?

I am in San Diego today where I will be chatting with Partners about our Response Point offering. Way cool product for small business and I think some partners are going to do very well offering solutions around this product.

But that is not why I am posting this....

This is my last road trip until approximately August 1st. I have a few local events, but I don't have to get on a plane for work related stuff for the next 2 months. In the past 6 years I have never gone 2 months without a plane trip somewhere. I don't want to come across as a whiner but....whew! Two months at home is going to be fabulous. Especially with the amazing Northwest summers.

This doesn't mean I won't be working though. I have been trying to get cracking on some online activities with video interviews, screencasts, interviews, etc to post to my blog and sites like Technet EDGE for a long time now. I have just spent so much time on the road that when I am home I tend to unplug completely. But now I have two months home to work with the tool sets that some of my peers have been using and I want to start getting things online (I still owe you all that BitLocker Interview!).

With that in mind, I want to know what you want to know about. I am happy to post about things I think you want to know about and I will do some of that regardless, but I am very interested in know about what Microsoft products and technologies you want to know about. The topics can be broad or very specific. Some will be best suited for screencasts or webcasts, while others may be interviews with product managers, industry experts. The important thing is that I am delivering content you want vs what I think you want.

So let me know if you would like to see a screencast on managing WSUS 3.0 or if I should go track down a Windows PM to ask them some tough questions on Vista.

Tell me what you want!



Comments (2)

  1. Chris says:

    I’d like to see some info on creating and deploying system images using System Center Configuration Manager. ( I am using the current beta RC2)

  2. Chris E. Avis says:

    Sweet!   That subject works out well because I planned on installing SCCM to one of my new test machines.


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