We’ve recently started working with the folks at a new virtualization & cloud social content network called PaperShare (http://www.papershare.com). PaperShare provides a way of aggregating content on specific topics geared towards vertical industries and subjects, including Hyper-V, System Center and Private Cloud, while connecting people interested in those topics with related content. Today PaperShare has over 26,000 shared items on the site. You’ll need to create a free account on the PaperShare site to access content.
Once you’ve created your account you can visit the group we’ve created on the site called “Windows Server Virtualization and Private Cloud”. We’ve been aggregating content like whitepapers, case studies, blogs, and videos, from across Microsoft to populate the group with. The information includes content about current and future Microsoft offerings on topics such as virtualization, Private Cloud, Windows Server, Hyper-V, System Center, and other related topics. Because it’s a social content network, you’ll also get to connect with other like-minded people interested in the same content.
Another thing we’re doing is hosting two, 24 hour, Q&A sessions on PaperShare in the coming weeks on the topic of Windows Server, Virtualization and Private Cloud. During these 24 hour periods on November 16th and 22nd, we’ll be actively monitoring the “Discussions” tab in the Windows Server Virtualization and Private Cloud group on PaperShare for your questions. On November 16th, Rohit Rahi from Microsoft will be answering your business value related questions on the topic. On November 22nd, Matt McSpirit will address your technically oriented questions on the topic. We hope you can join us to ask your questions or just check in on the conversation.
If you get the chance, check out PaperShare and plan on joining us for the Windows Server, Virtualization and Private Cloud Q&A sessions on November 16th and 22nd.
I've been using papershare for a few months and I'm very impressed. Great work David and Doug. I highly recommend papershare for any and all virtualization fans.
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