As Oracle, HP, Microsoft and other IT giants position their pieces around the board, partners watch to see if and where they fit into this grand game.
Now that Oracle has completed its Sun acquisition, HP and Microsoft renew their alliance. Partners are watching to see if and where they fit in the great game among the giant IT vendors.
In our annual RCP reader survey, the channel community is slightly upbeat about the changes coming in the Microsoft Partner Network, but unsure about what lies ahead.
With customer expectations reset, businesses find themselves in uncharted territory as the economy improves. We canvassed experts for advice on setting your own pricing before the market sets it for you.
The benefits of thought leadership are many, and cost less than engaging in a full-blown advertising campaign.
There were a couple of factors that led Microsoft to soft pedal what should have been a huge moment.
Tackling the government sector can pay long-term dividends.
The executives who succeed in 2010 will be the ones who make the tough choices that position their companies wisely.
Swainson protege expected to keep moving company in same direction.
Public job listing suggests a new, stripped-down version of the Business Productivity Online Suite is on the way.
Net Applications: Firefox lost a bit in January, too.
The release marks one of the final testing stages before RTM.
Tech giants reporting fairly solid financials, while Washington proposes some assistance to spur SMB hiring.
Sun acquisition leaves Oracle with some components for an Oracle Cloud Office.
A former Microsoft employee posted RTM dates, but are they real, even in the shifting context of Microsoft's development cycle?