June 2007 - Partner Paychecks: RCP's First Salary Survey
In this issue: Find out how much your fellow Microsoft partners make, and lots of other important details, in Redmond Channel Partner's first-ever salary survey -- our June cover story. Also, get a sneak peak at what will happen at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference coming up fast in July. Hone your golf and networking skills. Find out about the government IT market in new series on vertical market segments. Use Microsoft Exchange 2007 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to migrate from a Lotus Notes e-mail system, and much more.
From the White House to town hall, government is big business. Here's a guide to the top IT opportunities and how to get in on them.
For many partners, playing golf is an essential element for building relationships and closing deals. For others, the game is a nuisance. And for a few, it's, well, a handicap. Here's how to decide whether and when to hit the links.
A sneak peek at the upcoming Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Denver, the channel's biggest networking opportunity of the year.
In Redmond Channel Partner's first-ever salary survey, we look at how much you're getting paid -- and are paying yourselves -- and answer some questions you might have been afraid to ask.
With every Exchange release, Microsoft touts the opportunity for Lotus conversions. Now that SharePoint is in the mix, partners see more potential than ever before.
System Center Essentials is the answer for your customers driving a small to midsize business.
Getting partner-company executives in the mix will be essential to your success.
To get noticed, and get business, be strategic in communicating with Microsoft.
Creating user interfaces for ERP systems just got a little more complicated for developers.
At the MIX07 conference, Microsoft's Ozzie suggested that "choices for software and service deployment" would arise with the implementation of Microsoft's Software Plus Services plans.
Partners need to answer key questions before deciding to get into the customer relationship management business.
Take steps to ensure you are prepared for that important sales call.