Why IoT Sucks
As promising as it is, IoT has problems—from security to reliability to management. And problems, of course, are good for Microsoft partners who can offer solutions.
As promising as it is, IoT has problems -- from security to reliability to management. And problems, of course, are good for Microsoft partners who can offer solutions.
Will a revised Partner Seller Program with less access and fewer resources be worth the trouble of enrolling?
In its second-annual listing, Redmond Channel Partner calls out the best and brightest technologies and programs for the Microsoft channel from the last year.
We were on the money with much of our forecast for Microsoft's FY2017, but there have been a few surprises. For starters, what ever happened to the company's "active usage" mantra?
"You offer a service you didn't invent, a formula you didn't invent, a delivery method you didn't invent."
As the current cloud field stands, leader Amazon Web Services may be ceding some market share to Azure and Google, but the challengers still have a lot of ground to make up.
Partners, repeat after us: Attorneys are not advisers.
Why settle for 5 percent profitability when 30 percent is (relatively) doable? Here's how to get there.