IT Pro Community Guidelines


The IT Pro Community encourages IT professionals to connect with their peers and the team, discover the latest technology trends, and solve their IT solution questions. partners and team members are active within the community, ready to join in the conversation and help in any way we can.

While this community is designed to thrive off of your participation, we do have a few guidelines we advise our community members to follow to ensure the IT Pro Community is a safe space to join in the technology discussion.

Conduct and Moderation

The IT Pro Community is a friendly environment where IT pros and tech enthusiasts can engage, ask questions, and learn. Please ensure you treat all members with respect and refrain from using any hurtful, derogatory, or harassing language.

Our moderators reserve the right to remove any content we deem to be inappropriate or in violation of our values as an organization.

Posting External Links

We allow members to post links from outside of the forum, whether it’s to provide further context to a question, clarify an answer, or drive a discussion. With that said, we ask that you ensure the links you share are appropriate and relevant to the conversation. We also recommend that external links are primarily used to provide additional context to your answer, not the entire solution. This will ensure that if a link is broken or moved in the future, the solution to the problem is still in the post and available for future users in the community.

Please refrain from selling or advertising within the IT Pro Community. We will remove any spam or content that detracts from community guidelines and affects the user experience.

Understanding Where and What to Post

We have organized our discussion boards and knowledge base content to closely resemble the website, making it easier for members to navigate and find the information they’re looking for. When posting, please check to make sure that you are in a forum relevant to the topic you are hoping to discuss. Ensure you’re clearly identifying what information you’re looking for and using the appropriate tags to help label and improve the findability of your post.

As a best practice, we ask that you first search your question in the search bar to see if it has already been answered within the community or knowledge base.

It’s important to remember that this is a public community, therefore we ask that you please do not post any personal or private information about yourself or anyone else within the forum. This will help keep our community a safe and respectful place.

Privacy Policy

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Your Feedback Is Welcome

We’d love to hear from you! If you have any ideas on new content or how we can improve your community experience, let us know! Please send your suggestions to

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To learn more about the IT Pro Community, visit the Discover Our Community discussion board.