4/1/2016

2016 Editor's Choice Awards

In this first of-its-kind award list for the magazine, Redmond Channel Partner editors pick the hottest, most interesting, most game-changing technologies and programs for the Microsoft channel in the last year.


In-Depth

Under Nadella, Microsoft Dynamics Steps Out of the Shadows

By Gladys Rama

The Microsoft business application suite has a new lease on life -- with major investments via 2015 acquisitions, important new cloud components, new management and new partnerships with former rivals.


Does the Cloud Doom Microsoft MSPs?

By Scott Bekker

The shift to cloud services presents huge challenges to managed services providers (MSPs). Industry experts say the successful MSP of the near future looks very different from the successful MSP of the recent past.


RCP Editor's Choice Awards: Top Products for Microsoft Partners

By Redmond Channel Partner magazine staff

In this first of-its-kind award list for the magazine, Redmond Channel Partner's editors pick the hottest, most interesting, most game-changing technologies and programs for the Microsoft channel in the last year.


Both Sides

5 Things the Cloud Changes for Microsoft Partners

By M.S. Partner

You may have noticed Microsoft (and other cloud providers) usurping traditional partner services like migration. Get used to it.


Channel Watch

The 4 Cloud Numbers Microsoft Wants Partners To Know

By Scott Bekker

According to IDC, partners that bet their businesses on Microsoft's cloud are making out like bandits. Scott digs into some of the specifics.


Channeling the Cloud

With Machine Learning, Microsoft Takes Holistic Approach to Security

By Jeffrey Schwartz

CEO Satya Nadella's $1 billion security initiative yields fruit with the Azure Security Center, powered by the technology behind Azure Machine Learning.


On Growth

Highlight Your Growth: Apply for the 2016 RCP Rocket Awards

By Mike Harvath

The deadline for this year's award for partners that have shown exceptional growth is May 2.


The Changing Channel

No Coding Required: How To Develop IP Without Developers

By Howard M. Cohen

Just about everybody seems to think that the only way to create your own IP is to become a developer. As one Microsoft partner shows, that's not the case.