It’s one of the hottest topics we cover. Whether the subject is certification, administration, total cost of ownership, support, or training, Windows 2000 is currently the talk of the industry.
A few months back, we asked you to tell us about your experiences. You’ve shared tales of hardware incompatibilities, installation snafus, and more. In fact, many TechRepublic members have written regarding how valuable they’ve found our Windows 2000 white paper , which aims to bring IT pros up to speed on the basics of the new OS.
We updated the document late last year, but the time has come to revise it again. And when TechRepublic’s editorial staff undertakes that effort, we want to ensure we include the material important to you. That’s why we’re asking that you send us short notes regarding your experiences, including the following:
- Installation tricks
- Deployment tips
- Systems requirements concerns
- Cost experiences to date
- Valuable troubleshooting resources
In addition, be sure to include comments describing any personal experiences you feel other IT pros should hear. We’ll take the professional and constructive feedback we receive and work to build it into the document so that you can learn from your colleagues’ experiences.
Click here to send your Windows 2000 information to TechRepublic.
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