Redmond will be releasing an arsenal of new enterprise technologies this year including upgrades of Office, SharePoint, SQL Server, Dynamics and more.
Laptops and netbooks aren't just for road warriors anymore. Here's a look at just how big the portable-computer market is -- and the trends that are driving its growth.
Microsoft's maturing virtualization stack offers opportunities for partners with customers of all sizes, including the "S" in SMB.
As the economy improves this year, partners should have differentiation in mind -- starting with marketing.
Partners inevitably put their credibility on the line when cloud offerings go offline.
The City of LA's decision to replace its e-mail system with Gmail can serve as a rubric for what makes a cloud offering desirable to organizations.
Last year may have been a depressing one for sales teams, but every difficult situation has a lesson in it.
Microsoft's Julie Bennani gets specific about Microsoft's customer satisfaction surveying process for Gold Certified Partners.
Materials focus on partners serving customers with 250 seats or more.
Critics call the steps insufficient on the patent side.
Canadian RMM vendor hopes to seed SMB market with new "freemium" approach.
Analysts say Canadian data center automation vendor's code helps Redmond catch up to competitors.
Offer in effect until June 30, good for upgrades of two prior versions of software.
After appeals court upholds ruling, Microsoft updates Office app to remove patent-infringing technology.
New "Medium Business Solution Provider" to replace Networking Infrastructure Solutions, and is an outgrowth of the Small Business Specialist Community.