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A New Look for Redmondmag.com

If you had to double-check to make sure you didn't go to the wrong Web site, it's understandable. But you're at the correct place. Welcome to the complete makeover of Redmondmag.com! 

As you can see, this isn't just a minor design tweak -- this is an entirely new look and feel, aimed to make it easier for you to find your favorite articles based on topics based on your areas of expertise and interest. While this new modern look may take some getting used to, I have no doubt you will discover more of the rich information available on the site.

Our design team, under the direction of Scott Shultz, worked tirelessly to give the site a much more visually-appealing, welcoming and less cluttered look, while front-end developer Rodrigo Munoz and site administrator Shane Lee executed the new look flawlessly.

We broke down the six most popular subjects: Windows/Windows Server, Active Directory, SharePoint, Exchange, Cloud/Virtualization and Security. At the same time, the site has menus that make it easy to find anything else of interest.

Perhaps the most welcome change is the fact that you'll find Redmondmag.com much easier to read on a mobile phone or tablet. No longer will you have to resize pages in order to read stories on your devices.

While the look has changed, the mission to bring IT pros the most useful information about the rapidly evolving computing environments in enterprises and to live up to our tagline as the leading "Independent Voice of the Microsoft IT community" stays the same. As always, I appreciate your feedback and hope you'll drop me a line to let me know what you think of our new look.

 

Posted by Jeffrey Schwartz on 04/30/2013 at 3:48 PM


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