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Dynamics SL 2011 Coming Q2

Midsize ERP product will feature role-specific dashboards.

Bet on Microsoft's Cloudy Forecast

Redmond's massive investment in forward-thinking cloud infrastructure is spreading across the globe, indicating that Microsoft will be worth partnering with for years to come.

HP Revamps PartnerOne

Updates cover deal registration, membership structures, the Elite designation and market development funds.

3 Windows Phones at a Glance

A quick look at the first phones based on Windows Phone 7 to ship from AT&T on Nov. 8 in the United States.

Cloud Backup and Recovery

Will the cloud replace tape and local disk as the preferred means of protecting enterprise data? Though this was once unthinkable, cloud storage is starting to gain momentum.

OCS Is Out, Lync Is In

With new product name, Communications Server enters release candidate stage.

Leveraging the MPN for Cloud Channels

Partners who are "in the cloud" can get specific help with sales, services and marketing.

The Dawn of a New Day for SBS

With a focus on the super-small business market, Aurora offers a cross-premises Active Directory solution that's easy to manage.

MPN: Where Do You Want To Go Today?

It's time to get serious about the Microsoft Partner Network (MPN).

Cloud Strategies: Yours and Microsoft's

Microsoft's determination to dominate the market for online services has never been as evident as it was at the 2010 Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). Why is it moving so aggressively into that space?

Forecasts Suggest Slower PC Growth Ahead

IDC, Intel revising forecasts downward for second half of 2010.

Smartphone Adoption Beating Expectations

IDC upgrades 2010 growth forecast for converged mobile devices.

Microsoft Launches Cloud Champions Club

Three-tier model brings field resources, MDF, per-deal subsidies to U.S. partners.

Microsoft Financing Back on the Fast Track

Program expands to rely on a broader base of banks worldwide.

Dynamics CRM Facelift Brings Confidence to the Channel

Partners like Jeffrey Goldstein are eager for features in Microsoft's forthcoming release that will give them better traction against Salesforce.com.