Many partners are looking to become DRaaS providers and there are many ways to provide disaster recovery services. Find the delivery approach that works for you.
A year ago, Microsoft retired Windows XP after an extremely long period of warnings. What insights can channel partners take from that process as they look toward the Windows Server 2003 support deadline on July 14?
While sticking to its roots in fast, local backup and recovery, Utah-based StorageCraft is investing aggressively in heavy-duty cloud disaster protection solutions and expanding its global footprint.
It's not enough for partners to drive sales of Microsoft's cloud; now, they're being asked to drive cloud workloads.
There are now almost as many ways to bill for the cloud services that partners deliver to customers as there are cloud services.
Perhaps you've heard the buzz about containers and how they're poised to become the next big thing in cloud computing.
As much as business intelligence has gone mainstream, it's still not a simple conversation. One Microsoft partner has found a solution to reduce customer confusion.
For the first time, Microsoft partners who are members of the IAMCP may purchase the same Microsoft curriculum and online labs that partner training centers use.
Atlanta, Ga.-based ISV BetterCloud is readying a version of its popular Google Apps management solution for Office 365.