Daily Archives: July 29, 2010

DPM: What’s next? It’s up to you.

Users is not always a malicious addition to a program. Actually (however oddly that sounds) software is produced for the users. Well, this is the secondary reason, according to someone, but definitely if the product has not found its user then it was not a success. The same matters apply to the DPM. Each new version brings us new features, but a human being always wants more, of course. Some people ask how to communicate their wish lists to the DPM Product group or just asks on forums for new features. The good news is that this is easy now: fill in a survey and the developers will read it. No, really, they analyze what is submitted Winking smile so the next version may include some features you want.