Communities help us draw upon the collective insight to help build a greater awareness and understanding of just about any topic you can think of, including technology. According to the social media publication, Socialnomics, 78 percent of consumers trust peer recommendations, whereas only 14 percent trust advertisements. Communities where peer recommendations are easily shared are quite powerful.
At Palo Alto Networks we believe in building real value through collaborative, open, and innovative peer-to-peer exchanges. To that end, we support a number of ways for our customers to talk to us and each other, and we support building a community that offers significant value to its members.
The Palo Alto Networks Live Community Discussion Forum is a place where you can connect with your peers, ask questions, solve technology issues, exchange ideas, and share best practices, experiences and knowledge. This community is intended as a resource for our customers to engage with each other.
I wanted to offer a simple example of some of the great information you may find when you take part in the community. Here is a recent post aimed at offering personal experience to benefit the entire community:
Here are the details of my setup:
Here are some caveats I learned:
Please let me know if you have any questions about my experience using the tool!
Thanks to Jimmy for sharing his experience with all of us and if you’d like to read similar entries, you can visit our Live Community Blog.
Please let me know in the comments if you have any questions, or contact me via Twitter anytime at @CicconeScott.