7 Great Ways to Get Involved with vPro!

Are you not much of a blogger? Well, have no fear...There are more ways for you to stay updated and get involved with everything vPro! If writing up your best known methods or posting a quick start guide to the Expert Center isn't your idea of fun then here are seven other great options to stay involved with the vPro community...

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Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. The site that millions of users have grown to love also has a page for need-to-know and latest news on Intel vPro Technology. Go to http://www.facebook.com, create a profile, and add "Intel-vPro" as a friend through this link.


As its website states, "Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?" Curious what vPro is up to? Create an account and follow the tweets of "intelvPro" at http://twitter.com/intelvPro or follow the "Proest of Pro's," Josh Hilliker, at www.twitter.com/joshprostar

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This bi-weekly newsletter includes everything new with Intel vPro Technology. You’ll learn about new white papers, user guides, known issues and more when you receive this newsletter. Click here to sign up!

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Get Intel vPro help/updates/news/BKMs & MORE delievered right to your inbox. Questions and answers are swapped and info distributed through this list. Go to this link and subscribe.

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The leader in online video and perfect destination to watch and share videos on the worldwide web, YouTube has been an awesome outlet for some of our favorite and most helpful vPro videos. You can find tons of vPro videos on http://www.youtube.com/vproexpert and can also watch those that Josh Hilliker has posted at http://www.youtube.com/joshprostar

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Hosted by Josh Hilliker, Russ Pam, and Jeff Torello (and featuring a little bit of myself every now and then) this bi-weekly informal show covered a variety of topics and was a perfect avenue to get your questions answered. On BlogTalkRadio you can listen to all of the shows that we have already recorded! Make sure not to miss out on this awesome opportunity to learn and engage with the vPro experts. Visit the Open Port Radio site to hear previous shows and stay updated as we release our future show topics...

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Another helpful resource that is provided on Intel vPro are the quick start guides that are posted. These guides include the steps to setup Intel AMT devices with LANDesk, Altiris, and Microsoft.