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  • Blog Post: TechNet 2.O: The New Troubleshooting and Download Finders

    In Episode 4 of Keith Combs’ preview of TechNet 2.0, he talks about the new controls that were built to address the key search scenarios for resolving problems and finding specific downloads. As always, we want hear what you think before these features go live. And while you are there, check out...
  • Blog Post: The TechNet Wiki is now Live

    The beta of the TechNet Wiki is now available for your contribution. This is TechNet’s new home for community-generated content about Microsoft technologies, and you’re invited to jump in and edit or create your own page. For more on this community platform service, check out Keith Combs’ blog post ...
  • Blog Post: Try the Lightweight Library, tell us what you think

    The beta experience for the Lightweight Library view is now available for TechNet. Give it a try and let us know what you think by completing a short, 7-question user survey . The survey will be live through September 16. If you have a question about Lightweight or want to report a bug during the...
  • Blog Post: TechNet 2.0 Will Offer Improved Search Capabilities

    In Episode 3 of his series on the improvements coming to TechNet, Keith Combs describes the changes that will make the content more discoverable. His post also includes a podcast by principal group program manager John Martin, which details what is in store and the search scenarios that will be supported...
  • Blog Post: Take the Short TechNet Flash Subscriber Survey

    We’ve listened before and we’ll listen again. Many of the ideas for the recent changes to the newsletter came from subscribers. Tell us what you think of them and give us more ideas. Take the short survey . More to come, Mitch Subscribe to the TechNet Flash newsletter
  • Blog Post: TechNet 2.0 Episode 6: The new TechNet Wiki

    Later this year, TechNet and the Server & Cloud Division will partner to launch the new TechNet Wiki. And Keith Combs provides a preview of how this technology will offer a better way to discover and participate in the creation of TechNet content. More to come, Mitch Subscribe to the...
  • Blog Post: The new TechNet is here

    I’m delighted to announce the launch of the new TechNet experience. Aside from the many look-and-feel and usability improvements, here are a few of my favorite new features: · Constantly updated news from real people on the home page (you’ll want to check this every day and subscribe to the feed...
  • Blog Post: TechNet kicks off new feature series with Cloud Security package

    TechNet has launched the brand new “ TechNet On ” feature series with an in-depth look at securing and deploying applications in the cloud. You’ll find new articles and videos in three tracks, including a background track on the Windows Azure platform, a security track with best practices...
  • Blog Post: IT pro news now updated daily on TechNet

    TechNet has launched a news feed on the homepage which provides daily updates of new resources for IT professionals. The Today’s News feed offers links to the newest resources that help you become more successful with Microsoft technologies. Updates include pointers to new downloads, videos, webcasts...
  • Blog Post: TechNet 2.0 Revealed – Multipart blogcast series begins with Episode 1

    Keith Combs kicks off a series describing the enhancements under development for TechNet. In Episode 1 , he explains the mission of TechNet 2.0 and features a podcast where group program manager John Martin describes the core scenarios. Keith’s main goal is to inform everyone on the coming improvements...
  • Blog Post: TechNet 2.0 Episode 7: The Homepage

    The TechNet 2.0 release is nearly here. In this installment of Keith Combs’ Blahg , Keith describes the changes you can expect on the TechNet homepage, including frequent content updates and news from real people. The new face of TechNet will include real faces. More to come, Mitch Subscribe...