Microsoft's bumper crop of software for 2008--how partners can profit. Plus: courting the small and midsized business segment; Systems Center Operations Manager 2007
By Rich Freeman
Some of the biggest names in IT are ardently wooing partners who serve small and midsize businesses. Are their seductions working?
By Keith Ward
Microsoft's new server products are supposed to sprout early in 2008. Partners prepared for those launches can expect a bumper crop of business later in the year.
By Lee Pender
Action Packs, the software bundles Microsoft makes available at a very low price for its Registered Member partners, are going to require a little more action to obtain come the end of November.
By Anne Stuart
Microsoft partners will soon be able to demonstrate their skills in two new competencies.
If there's one acronym that's on just about everybody's radar these days, it's "SMB," for small and midsize business.
As any company that has earned the distinction can tell you, achieving Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status is no easy feat.
When it comes to new partner business opportunities on Microsoft's infrastructure platform, the company considers unified communications one of the jewels in its crown. This month, Microsoft will launch three key building blocks that partners need to construct Windows-based unified communications solutions for their customers.
If you can't get to us, we can come to you. That's the message behind the Microsoft Across America (MSAM) Tour, an ongoing series of IT seminars and demos staged inside a fleet of mammoth trucks tricked out with the latest technology. The MSAM trucks travel hundreds of miles each week, making stops at Microsoft- and partner-sponsored conferences, trade shows, festivals and other events.
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