Oh boy, faithful readers know our web site relaunch has been a long time coming. The road has been rocky, steep, and full of behind-the-scenes twists and turns that any enterprise project manager or developer can imagine. Ultimately, though, we've arrived right here, better than ever. And let me tell you, as an editor, I couldn't be happier with our content management system: Penton Media's rollout machine for website upgrades is humming, and if you can't tell by the pretty new look, you'll soon see it through the articles, videos, news, and commentary we'll deliver.
For readers, you can now truly find all the great content our writers are producing. The search works. Maybe I should say that again. The search works! And reader comments? Much improved, too.
Best yet, I'm proud to be able to showcase the fine work created by our awesome lineup of writers. We've got IBM Power Systems professionals like Anthony English, David Tansley, Christian Pruett, and Rob McNelly delivering tips and insight each week, and now you'll be able to follow them like never before. Just click on their names on any article, and boom, you'll see a full list of their articles.
Long-time writers like IBMers Erwin Earley and Greg Hintermeister are here, too, and what's even better is that these two pros often refer back to previous articles, and our new site will make all of our related content much easier to discover.
How about mobile? We've got you covered when you're on the go. Try us from a browser in your smart phone or tablet, and if you don't automatically load the lean and mean version, you can find it at m.poweritpro.com.
Social media? Yes, we're integrated, too. Tweet, share, recommend -- we now have the community sharing features you expect, and the foundation to build into the future.
Am I gushing? Yeah, I guess I am. Sorry about that. I'll try to tone it down.
OK, POWERITPro.com . . . obviously you're here, so check it out!
P.S. We're still fine-tuning, so you might notice an incongruity here or there. Holler if you find something particularly troublesome: email@example.com.