As green IT gains momentum, a new category of Microsoft partner companies offer end-of-life management to other solution providers for PCs and servers -- including refurbishment, recycling and data wiping.
By Jeffrey Schwartz
Partners say that customers are eager to deploy the 2010 release of the Microsoft collaborative computing platform.
By Anne Stuart
Solutions providers and their customers with established credit histories suddenly can't get financing. Is help on the way?
By Scott Bekker
Gold Certified Partner TechTurn is making a big business out of selling refurbished PCs and servers. A new program through Tech Data gives other Microsoft partners a way to get in on the opportunity to go green.
In an effort to lure on-premises ERP solutions providers to its cloud-based offerings, NetSuite Inc. upped the ante in the industry for channel margins on first-year license subscriptions.
Bundle of server software gives way to customer demand for management, virtualization and cloud solutions.
By Kurt Mackie
Microsoft plans to release many of its 2010-branded products -- including Office 2010 -- to manufacturers this month.
Search giant claims 1,000 authorized resellers in its year-old program.
Off-premises backup company gets e-mail, SharePoint archiving in deal.
Cisco kicks HP out of partner program.
In a recent webinar, Kayvaan Ghassemieh, senior technical product manager for Microsoft Online Services, outlined recent milestones, developments and changes to the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS).
Microsoft revamps mobile strategy with Windows Phone 7.
While Microsoft partners have known major changes were coming to the company's partner program this year, the specifics have been vague.
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