SuperSite for Windows: New Year, New Directions

SuperSite for Windows: New Year, New Directions


It’s a new year and with it comes change. 

Paul Thurrott, founder of SuperSite for Windows, is moving on to new challenges. We thank Paul for building a terrific community and web site that serves an important segment of Penton Technology’s growing audience of business technology professionals.

Rod Trent, a veteran technology journalist and the founder of another Penton Technology site, myITforum, will be overseeing SuperSite for Windows.

SuperSite for Windows will continue to cover the Microsoft eco-system as well as their competitors’ products and services. You’ll get the news, insights, commentary and community you’ve counted on to keep you informed. And you’ll see several new features and contributing writers in the months ahead.

As our readers know well, there’s a profound transformation underway in the information technology industry as the cloud, the Internet of Things, and surging demand for ways to manage and harness the rapidly growing and dizzying array of Internet-connected devices reshape almost every aspect our work and home lives. You’re using and managing all of this business technology every day, confronting both the opportunities and challenges as consumers and in the workplace.

That’s why we’d also like to hear from you with fresh ideas for expanding our coverage and community reach, leveraging your expertise, new features, events and online learning.

What would you like to see us cover and do on SuperSite for Windows that we aren’t doing today? Send us your ideas. You can reach Rod at [email protected] or I at [email protected].  There’s a poll on the home page today for you to share your feedback too. If you’re interested in partnering with us or contributing to SuperSite for Windows, please reach out and follow our new SuperSite for Windows social media pages. 

Wishing you all a peaceful and prosperous 2015. 

Marcia Parker, Executive Director, Penton Technology

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