New Windows channels: Follow us on LinkedIn

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If you're on Twitter/X, you're probably familiar with our @MSWindowsITPro and @WindowsUpdate handles. For many years, the Windows IT Pro handle has brought you the latest news, events, deployment resources, management tips and tricks and more. And for several years now, the Windows Update handle has kept you up to speed with update releases. You'll continue to hear from us there, but we plan to expand, especially beyond the character limits!

Windows IT pro

To bring you more, I'm excited to announce that we now have a companion LinkedIn page! You can find deeper prescriptive guidance and information on the Windows IT pro LinkedIn page.

Screenshot of the Windows IT pro LinkedIn pageScreenshot of the Windows IT pro LinkedIn page

Our IT pro handles focus on specific tactics around deploying and managing Windows. Do you ever discuss this with IT decision makers at your organization? Then there’s more!

Windows for business and enterprise

I'm also excited to announce we now have LinkedIn and Twitter channels specifically designed to help business and IT decision makers gain the Windows-related insights. This tailored content is what they need to inform broader strategies, optimizations, and business transformation. You can find and follow Windows for business and enterprise on LinkedIn and @Windows4biz on Twitter.

Screenshot of the Windows for business and enterprise LinkedIn and Twitter pageScreenshot of the Windows for business and enterprise LinkedIn and Twitter page

Tell us what you think

Let's continue to make your job easier by making more informed decisions. Follow these channels, then share your comments below on types of content and updates you'd like to see more of!

Continue the conversation. Find best practices. Bookmark the Windows Tech Community and follow us @MSWindowsITPro on Twitter. Looking for support? Visit Windows on Microsoft Q&A.

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