Some of the security incidents that dominated headlines in 2014 were predictable. Others came as a complete surprise.
Most of the top cloud vendors provide basic datacenter security controls, but for partners looking to launch cloud-based services with third-party vendors, "basic" isn't enough. Where are the security holes in a cloud datacenter, and how can partners fill in those gaps for their customers?
The proliferation of cloud services, mobile devices and Big Data presents a radically altered attack surface for customer IT assets. The Black Hats have adapted. Have you?
Forging and nurturing a relationship with another Microsoft partner takes a lot of hard work. Here are 10 tips to help you turn that relationship into a reliable revenue driver -- for you, your partner and Microsoft.
The public cloud and third-party encryption offerings from Microsoft provide partners a key opportunity to do their customers a real service.
The first Azure appliance debuted to much fanfare at the 2010 Worldwide Partner Conference, only to fade from the spotlight almost immediately after. Four years later, Microsoft is reviving its earlier plans with the new Cloud Platform System.
It sometimes makes more sense for a company to sell off just one segment of its business than all of it. The hard part, of course, is letting go.
The first step for Microsoft partners, Howard argues, is to acknowledge that there is no "Internet of Things."