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By SuperUser Account on 4/4/2011 9:30 AM
 
Every day more than half a million people visit Microsoft Answers to get their burning Microsoft product questions answered. The company’s recently refreshed question-and-answer forum brings together consumers, experts and technical enthusiasts into a single online community.
 

REDMOND, Wash. – April 4, 2011 – Ever since he retired in 2005, Ronnie Vernon’s time has been his own. The former heavy equipment instructor gets to spend his days doing exactly what he likes to do. So each morning he fires up his computer, heads to the Microsoft Answers site, and settles in for a long day answering questions about Windows.

Roughly half a million visitors go to the Microsoft Answers site each day to ask and answer questions about Microsoft consumer products.
Roughly half a million visitors go to the Microsoft Answers site each day to ask and answer questions about Microsoft consumer products.
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Vernon can’t quite explain why he spends up to 12 hours a day offering strangers tech support. “Over the years I’ve tried to figure out why people do what they do with volunteering, but I never came up with a good explanation,” said Vernon, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) community leader recognized by Microsoft for actively sharing his real world technical expertise with consumers. “Basically, you have some knowledge, you see some people who have problems, and you just like to help.”

That’s exactly the spirit Microsoft is trying to nurture with Microsoft Answers, a question-and-answer forum that brings together consumers, Microsoft support engineers and technical enthusiasts from around the world, said Barbara Winter, senior program manager for Microsoft Answers.

“We see Microsoft Answers as less of a support site and more of a community supported by users and experts, only some of whom happen to work at Microsoft,” she said. “We're really trying to connect peers and enthusiasts and experts in a way that encourages users to own their experience and see each other as resources.”

Featured Microsoft Partners

 

T3 Information Systems 
Office Location:  Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Type:  ISV,Systems Integrator,Reseller,VAR
Industry Focus:  Not-For-Profit


T3 Information Systems, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner specializing in Microsoft Dynamics GP, SL and CRM, as well as financial reporting, dashboard and budgeting applications such as FRx\Management Reporter, OnseStop Reporting, NetCharts Performance Dashboards, Forecaster and our own Full Circle Budget. T3 combines best in class software applications with industry best practices and proven processes to meet the unique business needs of nonprofit organizations. To learn more about T3 Information Systems, visit www.t3infosystems.com.

 

 

Accountnet 
Office Location:  New York, New York, United States
Type:  Systems Integrator,Reseller,Training Firm,System Builder,VAR,Other
Industry Focus:  Non Profits, Healthcare, Finance, Business Services


Accountnet is a Microsoft Cloud Dynamics GP (formerly Great Plains Software) and Dynamics SL (formerly Solomon Software) solution provider. Management Reporter and Forecaster experts. Accountnet works with ISV's and other Web based products.

 

 

Quantum Whisper 
Office Location:  Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Type:  ISV,Systems Integrator
Industry Focus:  Software development and fellow ISVs using Dynamics CRM and Microsoft TFS.


Quantum Whisper is a boutique software company delivering integration solutions for Dynamics CRM. Our flagship product, TFS Support Manager, integrates CRM cases and Team Foundation Sever (TFS).

 

 

LearnDevNow 
Office Location:  Eden Prairie, Minnesota, United States
Type:  Training Firm
Industry Focus: 


LearnDevNow provides practical online learning videos for Microsoft developers worldwide. Our comprehensive learning library features self-paced training videos for Visual Studio, SQL Server, SharePoint and more, allowing busy developers to learn whenever and wherever it fits their schedule.

 

 

Cortland Computer Services, Inc. 
Office Location:  Middlesex, , United States
Type:  Reseller
Industry Focus:  SMB


Cortland Computer Services, Inc. was founded in January of 1993 to provide a wide range of computer services to legal and general business clients in central New Jersey.

 

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