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The Microsoft Server and Management Studios User Research team is looking for IT Professionals to join our customer panel. Your participation in this panel will help us understand customer requirements, workflows, and usage trends when working with Windows Server, fabric virtualization, cloud management, and infrastructure management. In exchange for your participation in studies you elect to engage in; you get to choose Microsoft product gratuity from our standard usability gratuity lists.
We are looking to grow our panel particularly in the areas of Cloud administration and virtualization infrastructure management. You will be asked to participate in customer phone/site interviews, focus groups, surveys, and usability studies.
We are asking potential panel candidates to start by completing a survey that will help us determine if you fit the criteria for the panel.
Once you complete the survey, we will contact you with next steps for participation.
We currently are only accepting participants located in the US but will add additional countries in the near future.
Sound interesting? To get started, please complete this survey. We will contact you to let you know if you meet the requirements to participate.
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