All you need to do to create your community is register.
Twitter allows you to be in touch with your circle of friends and to express your opinion on a specific subject, publish a piece of news, send out a warning…
There are many tweeters at Panda Security: Juan Santana , Enrique Aguilera, Yolanda Ruiz, Paula Quiros, Eduardo D’Antona, Frank Mulder, Daniel Nyström, Marco Puszina, Kelly Crabbe, Darragh Kelly, Ana Etxebarria, Luis Corrons…
Today I would like to present some of the twitters in Panda Security’s Technical Support area:
PandaTechSup http://twitter.com/PandaTechSup, Tech Support profile. If you follow this profile, you will be up-to-date on tech support news, articles published in the support blogs and technical tips.
Ana Etxebarria: http://twitter.com/anae , Global Director of Services and Technical Support at Panda Security. If you subscribe to her tweets you will find everything from new emerging malware and computer security article links, to interesting comments.
Frank Mulder http://twitter.com/fpmulder, Technical Support Manager from Panda Security Benelux. With the links published by Frank, you will have technological news and the latest information on Panda’s demos, new versions, etc. at hand. In order to be Frank’s follower and access the information he publishes, you must be previously accepted by him.
Daniel Nyström http://twitter.com/dnystrom, Tecnical Support Manager from Panda Security Sweden. Become Daniel’s follower, and you will be able to access the news published in this area, as well as the news published by Panda Security.
If you want to know the scope of some of our twitters worldwide, their profile position or the number of followers they have, you can do so by accessing Twitterholic (http://twitterholic.com/, not Twitter) or Twittercounter (http://twittercounter.com/pages/100, powered by Twitter)
So, if you want to stay up-to-date on technical and technological issues, follow any of our colleagues at Panda Security.