Two new ways to follow Jason on DPM and Gaming

Hello friends,

First and foremost, thank you to all of those that read this blog.  It’s been an enjoyable way for me to share information (and my opinions) and I hope you’ve enjoyed them as well.

Easily one of the most cool things that happens to me when meeting customers and partners is to have someone say “Hey, I read your blog!”   It is a genuine thrill and source of encouragement.

This week, I am branching out in two directions – and invite you to engage in either as it interests you:

JBUFF on Twitter I will confess that I haven’t fully grasped how to best use Twitter.

As a follower – I am definitely learning some things from some of the folks that I follow and it’s been a great way to learn things in real time.

As a searcher – I am finding more and more folks that are twittering on #DPM, so I look for those tags and try to weigh in when I can.

As for following me – I will try to use it as another way to notify when new things are going on for Windows storage solutions, particularly on DPM, but also Windows Storage Server and file services within Windows Server.

Over the next three weeks, I will be at both MMS and TechEd, so will also share some real-time updates on DPM’s education efforts to the masses.

Christian Gamer Dad Many of you know that my other passion besides data protection/storage is video games – and usually gaming with my family.

I felt privileged to contribute to Xbox Dad’s column on in 2008 until discontinued the family gaming column – but I really wanted another platform to continue that medium.

And by doing it on my own site, I will also be writing on our family’s Wii and DS games, as well as other family friendly entertainment topics.

Please visit if you want to keep following my game recommendations.  I will cross-post for a while, to keep things connected.


This site still will be a primary platform for me – and is the friendly URL for this blog – mostly DPM and some gaming/crossposts.


Again, as always, thanks for reading.

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