ConnectIT Community Guidelines

KaseyaKatie
KaseyaKatie Charlotte, NCMember, Administrator, Kaseyan, Kaseya Staff

COMMUNITY MANAGER

edited June 2021 in Community Information

The Kaseya ConnectIT Community is a place where you can share valuable knowledge and expertise, seek advice for all Kaseya solutions, and collaborate with each other. This community is for you – we encourage you to engage and connect with each other. We want to help you simplify IT management and a healthy, vibrant and CONNECTED community can you help you do just that!

Before you dive in, we encourage you to take a look at our Community Rules & Guidelines. As in any community, cooperation and mutual respect are key elements to your success here so we want you to keep that in mind with every interaction.

While we want our community members to share best practices and helpful information with each other; we are not here to be a marketplace. We are not here to sell to each other.

What you should do in this community:

☕️ Respect each other and everyone’s diverse backgrounds

☕️ Be original and share what you know

☕️ Encourage each other and praise valuable input

☕️ Ask product related questions that you cannot find the answers to elsewhere

☕️ Have fun! An engaged community is beneficial to everyone.


What you shouldn’t do in this community:

☕️ Troll, flame or be offensive

☕️ Post offensive and unrelated links

☕️  Spam

☕️ Infringe copyright or discuss legal issues

☕️  Solicit advice on or engage in illegal activities

☕️ Discuss pricing or promote your services in public forms

☕️ Utilize or interact with the community in any way that violates the Kaseya family of brands Terms of Service


We reserve the right to moderate, delete or move any post, comment or user that does not follow the Community Rules & Guidelines. We also reserve the right to adjust these rules and guidelines as we deem appropriate and necessary.

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  • NPaphitis
    NPaphitis Birmingham Member, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    Hi All


    Thanks for adding me. Keen to be involved in any discussions and understand what challenges you guys are having.

  • tonybaulch
    tonybaulch EnglandRegistered Users, Member, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK
    edited December 2021

    Joined the community

    Added an image - not me though

    Selected some channels to watch

    Do's are always better than don'ts - just need people to be mindful of other peoples time and timezone

    as for KB's - with BMS now live, VSA nearly there today we started with spanning - loving the guided onboarding

    Fav KB? Let BMS do the counting for you Bill by Device - Connect IT Community | Kaseya

  • dmori
    dmori Member CHOCOLATE MILK

    Lets all DO: Have fun! An engaged community is beneficial to everyone.

  • Brian Parker
    Brian Parker Orlando, FLoridaMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    So I am always about the Dos but sad that you have to have a list of Donts as people should all be here to help everyone and treat each other with respect. We are all at different levels and everyone can always learn something.

  • KaseyaKatie
    KaseyaKatie Charlotte, NCMember, Administrator, Kaseyan, Kaseya Staff

    COMMUNITY MANAGER

    @Brian Parker - Agreed, but we figured it was best to make sure that we stated which actions were explicitly prohibited to ensure that the conversations our members found here in the Community were truly helpful, and not full of spammy, salesy, or inappropriate posts.

  • ahuskey
    ahuskey Emporia, VAMember, IT Pro CHOCOLATE MILK

    I like the do's and don'ts

  • tom@tbkconsulting.biz
    [email protected] Outer Banks of North CarolinaMember, Managed Service Provider AMERICANO

    I like the Dos most of all - especially - Be original and share what you know !!!

  • Jordan Docter
    Jordan Docter LouisianaMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    DO's only, unless you have a DON'T that includes a DO.

  • David Williams
    David Williams Member CHOCOLATE MILK
    edited December 2021

    Do ☕️ Be original and share what you know

  • John Dobbin
    John Dobbin Wichita, KSMember, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    I prefer the do's. We have a lot of don't and those that can act right will. I look forward to learning with everyone through respectful discourse.

  • Kurt Charlemagne
    Kurt Charlemagne unknown AltitudeMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    The DO's encourage a fun community, my fav is:

    "Respect each other and everyone’s diverse backgrounds"

  • John Gibson
    John Gibson San Diego, CAMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    I prefer the Do's. I'm a Glass Half Full kind of guy.

  • Ty Romstadt
    Ty Romstadt Culver CityMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    Do's for sure. Keep it positive and optimistic!

  • Mike Harvey
    Mike Harvey Member CHOCOLATE MILK

    the DO's are the big attraction - especially  "Be original and share what you know" - it cost nothing to share (useful and positive) knowledge, and enriches everyone's experience.

    The pie is big enough for everyone to have slice!

  • patrick witt
    patrick witt Member CHOCOLATE MILK

    Do's and Dont's is great

  • Josh Smith
    Josh Smith Member CHOCOLATE MILK

    I prefer the do's.

  • TechnicallyMe
    TechnicallyMe Broken Arrow OKMember, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    Definitely the Do's - Be original and share what you know.

  • Richard Finkel
    Richard Finkel GAMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    Definitely prefer the Do's but I respect the Don'ts. The "Encourage each other and praise valuable input" is a good one.

  • Kevin Berlin
    Kevin Berlin VirginiaMember, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    Do's are always better but in today's world, it is the wise company that spells out the DON'Ts as well.

  • Brian Raif
    Brian Raif Longview, TXMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    I'm with @Kevin Berlin on this.

    I'd much rather see the Do's and leave the Don'ts to Darwinism but, I get why we have to have them.

    Besides I bet more than one person here got their start in the field by wanting to figure a way around a Don't. 😉

  • Ben Schnee
    Ben Schnee ArizonaMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    Do's

  • Christopher Miller
    Christopher Miller St. Louis, MissouriMember, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    ☕️ Be original and share what you know

  • dmking43
    dmking43 TXMember, IT Pro CHOCOLATE MILK

    I perfer the Do's but see the need for the Don'ts

  • bmaninparadise
    bmaninparadise St. Petersburg, Fl.Member, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    Do's and don'ts are both fine.

  • kanderson
    kanderson Centreville MDMember, IT Pro CHOCOLATE MILK

    Definitely prefer the Do's!

  • tmcqu
    tmcqu Syracuse NYMember CHOCOLATE MILK

    Love this one.... ☕️ Have fun! An engaged community is beneficial to everyone.

  • Keven
    Keven RocklandMember, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    I prefer what not to do for cybersecurity.

  • Jarvis
    Jarvis GeorgiaMember, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    I prefer the do's, especially when it comes to respecting everyone's diversity.

  • g.jones
    g.jones Member CHOCOLATE MILK

    I am mostly into the 'Dos' especially - Respect each other and everyone’s diverse backgrounds!