Jason Bovberg

Jason
Bovberg

Jason Bovberg (jbovberg@windowsitpro.com) is a senior editor for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro, covering products as well as the systems management, hardware, and storage/backup topic areas. He has more than 20 years of experience as a writer and editor in magazine, book, and special-interest publishing.

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2013 SQL Server Pro Community Choice Awards
The SQL Server Pro Community Choice Awards recognize your favorite products on the market. Hundreds of readers nominated and voted in our contest. Here are the results!
Vote Now in the 2013 Community Choice Awards!
Final voting for our 2013 SQL Server Pro Community Choice award program is underway! These awards offer a unique way for the community to determine their favorite vendors and products on the market.
Best of Tech•Ed 2010 Award Winners - 16 Jun 2010
The Best of Tech•Ed Awards recognize the most innovate Microsoft products and services offered by Microsoft partners exhibiting at the annual conference. Here are this year's winners.
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