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More Recommended WPC 2013 Sessions

In case you missed it, we posted a cheat sheet this week of some of the most interesting-looking sessions on the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference agenda. Meanwhile, RCP isn't the only organization curating lists of intriguing sessions for the upcoming partner confab.

The Aberdeen Group is out with a "Worldwide Partner Conference Primer." The document breaks down WPC by seven Aberdeen research areas overseen by 10 analysts who point to the most significant WPC sessions in their areas of expertise. Each section includes a quick overview on the subject area with a little recent research, a pointer to a couple of interesting sessions and links to related (registration-required) reports for reading on the plane to Houston.

The document is definitely worth a look if you're heading to WPC. You can find it here.

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Posted by Scott Bekker on June 18, 2013 at 11:58 AM


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