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10 Reasons to Try the SMBTN Community Toolbar March 2, 2009

Posted by Jim Locke in Tools.

Over the past several months, we have spent a great deal of time developing our SMBTN Community Toolbar. We have worked hard to make sure that it could be of value to all SMB IT professionals and service providers. Here are just 10 great reasons to give it a try:

  1. Unifies sites, custom search engines, news feeds, and podcasts into an easy-to-use, central interface
  2. Unified access to all SMBTN Communities, Social Networks, Forums, etc.
  3. Custom SBS Community Search engine searches popular community blogs to assist you with issues
  4. Central chat room for users that have the toolbar installed
  5. Links to popular online tools (like EventID, DNS Reports), as well as, industry knowledgebases
  6. Links to SMBTN Partners like Trend Micro, e-Folder, LogMeIn, Speakeasy and many more…
  7. Links to Warranty Lookup tools for Dell, HP, and IBM
  8. Access to SMB newsfeeds from SMBTN and ChannelPro SMB
  9. Access to popular SMB podcasts from Karl Palachuk, Eriq Neale, Stuart Crawford and others
  10. Built-in Autotask integration permits you to lookup everything from clients and contacts to tickets

We know the last thing you need is some worthless toolbar to further clutter up your Internet Explorer or Firefox which is why we have spent so much time on this tool to make sure that you find it valuable. That’s why we have received rave reviews on it from people like Amy Babinchak, Erick Simpson and our good friend Karl Palachuk. Of course, we’re interested in your comments, as well. So please feel free to post any likes, dislikes or ideas you have for the toolbar here. We will do our best to incorporate popular suggestions into future releases of our toolbar.



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