Posts Tagged ‘Survey’


 

Which PowerShell Versions are Users Running?

Monday, June 20th, 2016 by June Blender
In March 2016, SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. posted a survey asking users and administrators which versions of Windows PowerShell they're running. We got 148 responses by the April 8 when we closed the survey. This blog post reports the findings. While reading them, please keep in mind that this is not a statistically valid survey. We didn't select users or control for anything. Still, I did not expect these results. I might be a bit naïve about enterprise computing, but I'm surprised by the widespread adoption of Windows PowerShell 4.0 and 5.0. My sense is that the community moved much more…   More »

Which versions of PowerShell do you run?

Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 by June Blender
The PowerShell team released Windows PowerShell 5.0 on Windows 10 last year and just re-released Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.0 for earlier versions of Windows. But, we know from years of experience that many people don't upgrade their versions quickly. It takes time to get to know and trust a new version. In a large enterprise, it takes time to do the parallel testing to certify that a new product is secure and compatible with the software that the organization uses. Take the survey: Which version of Windows PowerShell do you use? For those of us who are writing scripts and modules to share, this…   More »

Running PowerShell Scripts: Survey Results

Monday, February 8th, 2016 by June Blender
We're always evaluating the best, easiest, and most efficient ways to write, run, and publish Windows Powershell scripts and modules. But, our starting point is always how people work now. We were curious about how PowerShell scripters, including managers, ran scripts, and how their employees ran scripts written for them.   To gather this information, SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. created an online survey about the ways in which users run PowerShell scripts. We encouraged users to participate in a blog post and several posts on Facebook and Twitter. And, people really responded. We collected 88 responses between 12/16/2015 and 1/05/2016.  …   More »

New blog poll: Which PrimalScript panels do you use regularly?

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013 by Alex Riedel
Look to the right. A new blog poll is up. We would like to know which panels in PrimalScript you use regularly. That doesn’t mean you need to have one visible all the time to check it. If you use it, in any fashion, check it. If you don’t use, don’t check it. Don’t even know what it is or what it does? Don’t check it. We are always looking and verifying if the features PrimalScript has are of any use to you. If they are not, we’d rather remove them to keep the application trim and tailored to your…   More »

Look right! New survey.

Monday, October 1st, 2012 by Alex Riedel
If you glance to the right of this post you see a new survey. It’s about how you open files in our products. Please spend the few seconds, consider the answers and click. It doesn’t take long and it doesn’t hurt, I promise. Polls like this help us consider which areas should get more attention than others. It allows us to put the focus on features you use rather than the ones you don’t. So please, use the surveys. If a poll triggers a suggestion please post in our wish list forum. If you have a more elaborate suggestion that…   More »

Reminder: Backup survey

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 by Alex Riedel
This is a reminder for our current survey about Backup and Version Control. Please click here to participate: 2010 Backup Survey Enter your email in the survey to win cool prizes. Your responses will help determine what features get added and what gets cut from PrimalScript 2011 and PrimalForms 2011, so don't hesitate.…   More »

Backup Survey

Friday, July 23rd, 2010 by Alex Riedel
In order to improve our products, we like to ask you from time to time how you use certain features, if you do at all. This month our survey focuses on backup and version control. Your answers will decide what features will be removed, kept or re-developed or even re-architected in the 2011 versions of our software products. So please click on the link below and take our 2010 Backup Survey As usual with our surveys, if you provide an email address you will be entered into the drawing for various prizes. Winners will be notified and published here on…   More »

Reminder: December survey

Thursday, December 17th, 2009 by Alex Riedel
You can't win if you don't participate. Head on over to the survey and answer some easy questions to win cool prizes. Take the survey now (December 1st 2009 - December 31st 2009)   You can find details about the prizes here: http://www.sapien.com/blog/2009/12/03/december-survey/…   More »

December survey

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009 by Alex Riedel
Another month and another survey. This one is a little longer than usual so we will have more prizes. Take the survey now (December 1st 2009 - December 31st 2009) Because it's Christmas this month I will throw in the following: 1 PrimalScript 2009 Studio 2 PrimalScript 2009 2 PrimalForms 2009 3 PowerShell V2 books 3 $50 ScriptingOutpost certificates So take the survey and leave your email. Winners are randomly drawn from submitted emails, void where prohibited, must be 18 or older and a legal resident of the U.S. No cash equivalent prizes will be provided in lieu of designated…   More »

Congratulations to the November Survey Winners

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009 by Alex Riedel
Congratulations to the winners from our November survey: Jerry LaMonte Paul Rogers David Hoffman These gentlemen will receive a copy of our new SAPIEN Press PowerShell V2 book. Click here to find out more. Please keep your eyes peeled for the SAPIEN year-end survey with bigger and more prizes.…   More »