ControlUp Community Year in Review

November completes the first full year of the ControlUp Community, and what a year it has been. We started with nothing but an idea to put our customers, partners, and anyone who wants to learn about ControlUp FIRST, and we ended up as the fastest-growing Community in the #EUC and #DEX space! Together, we are better! With you, we can do no wrong. 

I’m happy to say in one year, we grew to 1,608 members! WOW!

Together, we have posted over 56,390 messages publicly, privately, and through direct messages.

We have members from over 49 countries represented.

The ControlUp Community differs from most; we do not ask anything from our members; we only want to share, learn, meet, and grow. We created a place where anyone can ask us anything and where we share what’s new and even what is coming soon. It’s a fun place for techies to hang out and post a funny joke or riddle. BTW, the riddles are what gets me. I need to Google for the answer. I’m not as bright as our members 😉

I must give huge thanks to our members. Every member is important, whether very active or the occasional person who logs in to ask a question or learn what was just released. I thank them all. Together, we grow, and there is no dumb question, just one that so many wish they had the answer to.

It’s been a great year, and we are just ‘warming up for the dance.’ If you are not already a member, please join us to learn, meet, and grow with us! The coming year will be even better, bigger, and more fun! We would love to have you as a member!

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Thank you again!!!
Happy 1st Birthday to the ControlUp Community!

About the author

Doug Brown

Doug Brown is the Vice President of Community at ControlUp. After a massively successful tenure at IGEL, where he grew their community from zero to 9,000 members and 330,000 messages posted, making it the most active community in End-User Computing, Doug has joined the team at ControlUp to do it all over again. Over the course of the past two decades, Doug has been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Citrix CTP, and VMware vExpert for his continued support in the IT community.