Top 20 SCCM Blogs of the Planet via Feedspot

1
Top 20 SCCM Blogs

One of my super boss from Paris used to say Bangalore is IT capital of the world. I’m not sure whether that is true or not. But I’m sure we have more than 1000 (thousand) SCCM admins and growing number of Intune admins in Bangalore. In this post, we will see details about Top 20 SCCM Blogs. I’m not surprised to see top 2 blogs are from Bangalore in the list of top 20 SCCM blogs. Even though I never had a chance to meet Prajwal 🙂

Selection Criteria of Top 20 SCCM Blogs 

AnoopCNair.com blog is part of top 20 SCCM blogs of this planet by an independent and reputed organization Feedspot. I’m happy that SCCM is the ONLY Microsoft technology which they decided to create a blog list apart from Azure. As per Feedspot, their editorial team extensively searched on Google and social media websites to find the best SCCM blogs and ranked them based on several factors such as:-

  1. Blog Content quality
  2. Post Consistency
  3. Age of the Blog
  4. Average number of shares on social sites for your blog posts
  5. Traffic of your blog and more..

Subscribe to Blog (AnoopCNair) via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email and join 10,309 subscribers. Following are the details of the blog:-

Frequency about 4 posts per week. Start Date of the blog – Jan 2010

 

Subscribe the YouTube channel - join 1430 Subscribers
Like Facebook Page and join other 4500 Followers
Follow me on Twitter and join other 3649 Followers
Join Facebook Group for SCCM Professionals and Join other  12,616 members

Go Through Top 20 SCCM Blogs

Feedspot is a News and Blog Reader used by over one million users Globally. Feed a place where users can read all their favorite websites in one place. They have included SCCM websites supporting RSS feeds. But I don’t know how many SCCM experts are there in Feedspot to validate the quality of SCCM content 😉 Anyways, it’s a great effort from Feedspot, and it’s excellent for SCCM community.

https://blog.feedspot.com/sccm_blogs/

1 COMMENT

  1. That’s enough IT admins to form a union group and start demanding higher wages and benefits 😛 don’t let the WIPRO and TCI of the world just profit from your skills. Keep it up.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.