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Join Us for CAB 3.0


We’re preparing for the third session of our successful Customer Advisory Board (aka CAB) program. We’ve gathered valuable feedback from our CAB members–feedback that has helped us to determine where we should focus our efforts and resources. It’s been invaluable for us, and we’re looking forward to the next CAB session, starting in February.

During each six-month session, we select 30 members–from businesses of various sizes and from various industries–who advise us on how to improve our products. We gather their feedback via surveys, interviews, and internal beta testing, and then we use their feedback to help improve our products and services.

Any time you have ideas for us, we encourage you to send us a comment via our feedback form, or submit an idea to Idea Central. But if you’d like to work closely with our development team and help make an impact on our products, we’d love to have you join us for CAB 3.0.

Interested? My name is Tom DuScheid and you can email me at Tom.Duscheid [at] to join this upcoming six-month CAB session.

About the Author

This is a post written and contributed by Tom DuScheid.

Tom DuScheid has been product manager for Rackspace Archiving since 2010. During that time he and Sonian have added 100,000 users. Tom has been a Racker since 2008; serving as product manager for Hosted SharePoint and SendGrid. He is a 2009 graduate of Virginia Tech Pamplin College of Business.

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