Amy Eisenberg

Amy
Eisenberg

Amy Eisenberg is the former editor-in-chief for Windows IT Pro and has worked in B2B media and scholarly publishing for more than 20 years. At Windows IT Pro, Amy has been responsible for developing Windows Server content for magazines, print and email newsletters, web sites, and technical seminars that help IT pros get the most out of their Windows systems.

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Take the IT Skills and Salary Survey
For the third year in a row, Windows IT Pro is partnering with Global Knowledge on a comprehensive IT skills and salary survey.
The Windows IT Pro Team
Happy Holidays from Windows IT Pro
The Windows IT Pro team would like to take this opportunity to thank you for being part of our community. We wish you the best for the holiday season and the New Year and look forward to bringing you news and tips to help you do your job in 2014.
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Rod Trent and myITforum.com Join the Windows IT Pro Family
Rod Trent joins Windows IT Pro as IT Community Manager. myITforum.com will also become part of the Windows IT Pro family of technology sites.
Windows IT Pro website launch
Welcome to the New Windows IT Pro Website
The Windows IT Pro web site has evolved from a repository for print magazine articles to a topic-focused hub where IT professionals can get quick answers to their technology questions, connect with experts and peers to share ideas and solutions, and access information anywhere, anytime.
Windows IT Pro website launch
Windows IT Pro Through the Years
We at Windows IT Pro are thrilled to have launched our new website. Though our publication has changed names and we've redesigned the website many times, our mission remains the same: To help IT pros do their jobs. Take a walk down memory lane to see the topics and website variations we've brought you since 1995.
2013 IT Skills and Salary Report
Global Knowledge and Windows IT Pro joined forces to survey IT and business professionals on compensation, job satisfaction, and training.
Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows Gets a New Look
Windows IT Pro’s sister site, Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite for Windows, has a new look and feel. The site for Microsoft tech enthusiasts now presents a cleaner design that makes it easier to find information, topic centers that showcase a variety of topic-related content collections, powerful search functionality, and faster load times.
Microsoft Windows 8 Arrives
Windows 8, Microsoft's latest client operating system (OS), features a new user interface designed to be tablet touch-friendly, and is available to customers via software upgrades or with new PC purchases on October 26, 2012.
Windows Server 2012 Insider
On the heels of Microsoft’s September 4 launch of Windows Server 2012, Windows IT Pro hosted a twitter chat. Paul Thurrott, senior technical analyst for Windows IT Pro, and Sean Deuby, technical director for Windows IT Pro, hosted the event to share their favorite features and answer questions from the community about Server 2012. Jeffrey Snover, lead architect for Windows Server, joined the conversation, and Mark Minasi, senior contributing editor, also dropped in.
Microsoft Releases Windows Server 2012
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 will be generally available for evaluation and purchase to customers on September 4, 2012. Windows Server 2012 offers a simplified licensing model and improvements in storage, Hyper-V virtualization, PowerShell, and other management features.
Windows IT Pro to Host Windows Server 2012 Twitter Chat
Windows IT Pro is eager to know what questions IT professionals have about Server 2012, and so we are hosting a Twitter Chat at 3 p.m. Eastern Time on Sept. 5, 2012. Experts Paul Thurrott and Sean Deuby will highlight major features they think will be important to IT professionals, and they will answer questions about the latest server OS. Use the Twitter hashtag #ws2012insider to follow and participate in the event.
Windows IT Pro Community Forum, August 2012
A reader responds to Paul Thurrott’s queasy forecasting of Windows Phone’s future.
Windows IT Pro Community Forum, June 2012
In this installment, a reader laments Windows’ habitual need to reinvent itself. Another agrees with B. K. Winstead about the annoyance that is carrier bloatware. Another reader offers a recommendation for a free security tool. And yet another thinks that Microsoft was right all along about Server Core.
Windows IT Pro Community Forum, March 2012
In this installment, we remember longtime contributor Kathy Ivens, and readers respond to Jeff James’ editorial about Windows XP, Michael Otey’s Top 10 column about Windows 8, and B. K. Winstead’s blog about Lync.
Windows IT Pro Is Going Digital! 24
Starting in May, Windows IT Pro will be offering an upgraded digital edition and will no longer offer Windows IT Pro in print. The new digital editions will provide the same technical content enhanced with audio and video, social media feeds, and other interactive features.
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