Windows 7 launches this month, giving partners -- and Microsoft -- a subtle chance at a revenue boost. Partner-readiness resources abound.
Wayne Beekman is maneuvering his business to catch the cloud. Should you be doing that too?
Chicago-based PointBridge sprinted out of the gate with the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite -- to the tune of $640,000 in revenues in one year. Co-founder Todd Golden tells RCP how PointBridge did it.
Despite uncertain prospects, a few partners are already investing in some of Microsoft's SaaS- and cloud-based initiatives.
When Microsoft does indeed rally around a competitive opportunity, the results can be startling.
The temptation to strike fear into the hearts of your salespeople can become overpowering at this time of the year, but there are better ways to get results.
The new release will be able to work with competitor VMware's virtualization product.
Capacities of physical processors, logical processors, memory all increase dramatically.
Despite the savings, the recession seems to be pushing IT purchasers away from green technologies and toward less efficient ones with less expensive up-front costs.
Tiers added as part of push to grow reseller base.
Move comes as software vendor increases education programs to help partners with basic business topics.
Could new processors from AMD and Intel spur a slight rebound?