It's almost impossible to be too cautious about safeguarding your company's creative assets -- and it's never too early to start taking defensive steps.
Earlier this year, a huge bust in China shut down a major pipeline that had been funneling pirated Microsoft and Symantec software to the U.S. market. Some partners helped the pirates. Some partners sided with authorities.
Microsoft and Cisco are talking about collaboration in the nascent unified communications space, but they're approaching it from two very different angles. With customers heavily invested in both vendors' technologies, partners don't need to take sides -- yet.
For customers struggling with managing multiple security wares for Exchange, Sunbelt offers an easy-to-use, all-in-one, multi-layered solution.
Microsoft makes another run at bringing in new enterprise-grade integration business via its consulting force. Will it work this go-round?
Developing your relationship with clients before you even think of closing the deal.
We can't say for certain if there's a correlation between the shaping of technology policy and contributions, but we can tell you how much Microsoft money is being funneled to politicos' coffers.
Q&A: Small Business Specialist Arlin Sorensen says today's SMBs represent a whole new breed -- but still offer plenty of opportunities for partners.
Channel News: Managed services, product pep talks and new partner benefits top the agenda at SMB Nation 2007.
Plan on very warm weather -- and very hot food.
Systems Integrators: MSPP offers new QuickStart program for systems integrators.