PC Doctor launches Blog and Forums for PC health and tech talk
By Steve Ragan Oct 4, 2007, 15:30 GMT
PC-Doctor Inc., known for tools used in PC hardware during design, manufacture, support, and service, recently announced that they have launched the PC-Doctor Blog and PC-Doctor Forum to encourage interaction between technical professionals and amateurs to improve the PC experience. The open community is located on the web at www.pcdoctor-community.com, or through the company’s home page at www.pc-doctor.com.
The PC-Doctor Blog focuses on diagnostics, technical, and engineering subjects. Like most blogs, it is a mix of personal experience, opinion, and solid technical information on topical information of interest to technical professionals and amateurs alike. Some examples include interface design, programming environments, and new technologies.
The PC-Doctor Forum offers a wide range of discussion topics – technical problems encountered by end-users and technical professionals, hardware recommendations, updates on suspected bug reports, general discussions on how to improve the PC experience, and insight into working at PC-Doctor.
“We have a great deal of experience and in-house knowledge about system health and diagnostics,” said Doug van Aman, chief marketing officer for PC-Doctor. “The PC-Doctor Blog and Forum allow us to expand and interact with a wide variety of individuals in the marketplace, to share understanding and information.”
While community driven forums and blogs by known vendors are common, PC-Doctor is one of the few with an established reputation and IT background because it is used in several enterprises. At the very least, the RSS feeds will provide another source of help, once indexed, to someone searching online for a problem resolution.